Develop and implement a solid ESG-Climate-Impact strategy, with quantitative objectives (action plan and monitoring)

Since the Paris Agreement (COP21) in 2015, France and Europe are building an ambitious regulatory framework, whether via Article 29 of the French Energy-Climate Law or through the European Commission’s action plan on sustainable finance.
This framework, which aims to channel the capital flows towards more sustainable investments, is followed by a structural movement of the financial industry in making strong commitments such as portfolio decarbonization, exclusion policies, the exit from hydrocarbons, or the push for higher transparency.
This trend is also driven by civil society with individuals integrating sustainable development practices into their daily life by, for example, choosing responsible savings and retail products. Financial institutions are therefore called to innovate (with new product ranges and solid methodologies) as well as rethink their strategy and governance, which gradually depends on their environmental and social ambitions and contributions.

Succeed your ESG-Climate-Impact strategy

  1. Gap analysis of the company’s ESG-climate positioning and best market practices
  2. Advisory on the ESG-climate strategy. Definition of a vision, strategic objectives in line with a scientific rationale (low carbon), aligned with the investment philosophy of the entity
  3. Implement the ESG-climate strategy. Support the operational actions (action plan, list of ESG tools and metrics to be used, etc.)
  4. Awareness raising and training of management and operational teams on financial and environmental issues