Category: Concepts

ESG concepts explained

De-jargoned: The ‘S’ Pillar

The ‘S’ in ESG stands for social and takes into account the manner in which a company manages its stakeholders. That is, how does the company choose, interact and manage its relationships with its suppliers, vendors, distributors, customers, employees and society in general.

De-jargoned: The ‘E’ Pillar

The ‘E’ in ESG that stands for environment is, perhaps, its most well-known factor. There is a fair amount of awareness among the general population about the impact of a company or an industry’s operations, products and services on the environment.

ESG – A Primer

An acronym for Environment, Social and Governance, ESG factors are a set of standards increasingly used by responsible investors to evaluate potential investments. These factors are not a part of

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