Understand the Financial Implications of ESG
Investors increasingly want to know how their portfolio companies are performing on today’s most critical ESG issues – from climate and governance to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
For publicly traded firms, the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) has become the best-in-class framework for connecting businesses and investors on the financial impacts of sustainability. Similar to GAAP for accounting, SASB reporting will soon be table stakes for corporate ESG disclosure.
Our team will not only help you gather the data and information you need for an accurate and effective SASB response, but will also identify areas to integrate sustainability more fundamentally into your business model.
With SBC’s SASB Reporting Services, you can:
- Align with best-in-class standards on how to disclose the financial implications of ESG on your business
- Uncover what sustainability issues are most material to your organization
- Determine how ESG impacts your long-term business value
- Show investors what ESG issues you are taking action on
- Create an action plan for addressing risks and integrating sustainability into your policies and processes
Did You Know?
Nearly 1,300 companies now use the SASB standards, including over half of the S&P 1200 companies.
How It Works
Reporting to SASB can be time consuming, especially if you’re looking to align your disclosure across other ESG reporting frameworks. To streamline your response and save you both time and money going forward, we’ll walk you through the following three steps:
Use the SASB standards to determine which ESG risks and opportunities are most material to your business.
Identify Improvement Areas
Identify gaps in processes and practices related to governance, planning, and risk management against SASB’s criteria.
Report Your SASB Results
Communicate your results with investors via integrated reports, sustainability reports, stand-alone SASB reports, and more.
Featured Case Study
SASB & TCFD Reporting
Learn how SBC helped a global airline refine its SASB and TCFD reporting strategy, helping it better understand its climate risks and opportunities, boost investor confidence, and defend its position as a sustainability leader in the industry.