Procurement implications for environmental, social and governance

Procurement implications for environmental, social and governance (ESG)

Charlotte Wales Blog, Private Equity, Procurement

With limited direct impact on the commercial bottom line, environmental, social and governance is still viewed as a concern only for organisations struggling with public perception and looking to build their ethical or green credentials. The reality, however, is that all organisations must now consider the long-term ramifications of ignoring these corporate health assessments, where both unnecessary or unmeasured risk …

Private Equity International: Value creation through responsible investment

4C Associates In the press

Responsible investing  is increasingly accepted by the private equity industry as integral to good business practice and an essential part of the value creation process. It’s no longer simply a nice-to-have practice, which GPs can choose to adopt, but an expectation. Charlotte Wales, Mark Ellis and Jeremy Smith at 4C Associates explore procurement implications for environmental, social and governance. Order the …