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Oct 09, 2023

What does the S in ESG mean in emerging markets?

Noemi Distefano asks experienced IROs and ESG experts what the S in ESG really means to companies and investors in emerging markets
Traditionally, it’s been more straightforward to benchmark a company’s performance against environmental and governance factors – the E and G in ESG – but the S, representing the internal and external social elements at a firm, is rising rapidly in importance among global regulators and investors. When it comes to developed economies, supply chain and distribution, company culture and behavior, human rights, modern slavery and diversity & inclusion are among the main areas of focus

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