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Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)

Environmental, social and governance issues are currently one of the biggest priorities for all organisations around the world.

Driven by a collective desire to create a sustainable and responsible world, good ESG practices have increasingly become a key consideration for an organisation’s investors, customers and their people. Furthermore, embedding strong ESG values within a business has shown to have a positive impact on the ability to attract and retain people, further a company’s brand value and increase innovation.

We support clients in developing their ideas and enabling a positive change in their environment and communities. We work with our clients to deliver their ESG agendas, understanding their corporate strategy, managing risk and opportunities and maximising possibilities.

Drawing on our experience of working with innovative and creative businesses and some of the world’s largest employers, as well as our own internal ESG experiences, we can help you:

  • Enhance your environmental practices, marketing and policies to complement and protect your internal and external brand
  • Develop working practices that anticipate and meet people’s evolving and diverse interests, needs and ideas
  • Establish and maintain rigorous governance procedures across your business to protect your future

Find out more about how we can help businesses keep up to date with the rapidly evolving legislative ESG space:

To find out about Lewis Silkin’s ESG initiatives for our people, communities and the environment click here.

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