Tag Archives: ESG

The bottom line comes full circle

Triple bottom line was a great concept. But as investors clamour to include ESG (environmental, social and governance) factors in their decision-making, a new era of harmonized reporting—effectively, a single, integrated bottom line—is nigh
By John Greenwood
October 10th, 2016

“History will judge today’s effort as pivotal,” said U.S. president Barack Obama, as he and Xi Jingping, the president of China, ratified the Paris climate accord in early September. If the comments sounded auspicious, they are. That the leaders of … Continue reading

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ROI meets ESG

Insider: Michael Jantzi
October 10th, 2015

Who Michael Jantzi, CEO of Sustainalytics, a leading Amsterdam-headquartered, global ESG and corporate governance research, ratings and analysis firm. Jantzi founded Jantzi Research in Toronto in 1992 and merged it with Sustainalytics in 2009. Involvement In August, Sustainalytics announced a … Continue reading

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The best defence

What are the hot-button risk issues facing companies today? How should you deal with them? Our survival guide has got you covered
By Susan Mohammad
September 16th, 2013

It was a summer of unexpected calamity in Canada, from west to east. Who could have predicted an oil-filled train would derail, slam into the town of Lac-Mégantic, Que., and ignite, killing 50 people, leveling a swath of buildings and … Continue reading

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The future is integrated

The real story in corporate reporting is what it says about the way companies operate, and how shifting demands and expectations—from shareholders, regulators and other stakeholders—are driving business to embrace the big picture
By Cooper Langford
January 3rd, 2012

SIXTY YEARS AGO, when the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants began its annual program honouring best practices in corporate reporting, public companies could be certain of at least one thing: the audience for their statements consisted almost exclusively of well-heeled … Continue reading

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