Provided by Deloitte2019-10-22T12:15:00
With growing investor attention to sustainability, there is often greater emphasis on the governance element (the “G”) of ESG (environmental, social, and governance) and the board’s fiduciary duty to oversee a company’s strategy, risk, and capital allocation.
Enterprise risk management (ERM) is a central avenue for expanding the company’s consideration of those risks posed by environmental and societal trends as well as changing stakeholder expectations that can, and increasingly do, impact a company’s ability to achieve its strategic objectives. Expanding ERM to include ESG risks can help connect risk, strategy, and decision making and can make companies more resilient and competitive.
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