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What is ESG? It is an ever-improving system of principles by which companies can become more transparent and report the results of their activities in a responsible manner. Under the acronym ESG are the three main pillars of the concept: E – Environment, S – Social Responsibility and G – Corporate Governance

Under the first of these ('E'), companies are given the tools to identify and communicate to the public the impact of their activities on nature and the local ecosystem. In a word, how green a company is, and what it is doing to be as environmentally friendly as possible. The 'S' pillar includes issues of the impact of a company as part of the competitive environment – both in its relations with customers, contractors and employees, with particular emphasis on their rights and working conditions. The 'G' pillar is designed to give a fair representation of the structure and performance of management, and its relationship with investors and other stakeholders gathered around a given entity. 


In 2022, OneMulti became a Global ESG Monitor (GEM) partner. 

The Global ESG Monitor is a research project dedicated to investigating transparency in non-financial reporting. In 2022 edition it does this by examining 625 ESG reports from 350 companies that are listed on 10 of the world’s largest stock market indices on 4 continents. 

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Why should companies take an interest in ESG? Is it a potential benefit to the business? – The more transparent a company's profile and operations are, the more confidence and interest it inspires among investors and other stakeholders. This in turn undeniably translates into growth for an entity, both in the short and long term. It is also an excellent tool for managing so-called reputational risk.  

Yes, it's a given, ESG is a reality that we cannot, and should not, run away from. This is evidenced by the fact that ESG is gradually becoming an integral part of the law of the European Union, which is a world forerunner and leader in setting the highest standards in this area. Already today, under the Non-financial Reporting Directive (NFRD), selected public interest entities are obliged to file such reports. In November 2022, however, the European Parliament passed the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), which will replace the NFRD. It significantly extends the obligation to produce ESG reports to both public and private companies, large and smaller. Its regulations are due to come into force between 2024 and 2028, from the largest to the smallest companies. 


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