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ESG Mini Health Check: Have you claimed yours?

ESG health check

The impact of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors on the reputation, value and financial performance of investment portfolios and internal departments has made having the right ESG framework a top priority for fund managers, corporates, asset owners and family offices alike. 

While changes in the regulatory landscape and the lack of a standardised approach to ESG metrics make it a complex area for our clients to navigate, COVID-19 has brought ESG – especially the ‘S’ pillar, with particular focus on employee health and safety – even further into the limelight.

Having the right framework in place to address ESG-related risks (such as green-washing and reputational issues) is fast becoming a key mandate for our clients. 

To ensure that your organisation is on the right track to harness the full potential that ESG and impact opportunities can offer, IQ-EQ has developed an ESG Health Check as part of our IQ-EQ Compass service offering that enables asset owners and managers, family offices and corporate entities to fully understand their position on the ESG spectrum.

In addition, we have created a mini version of this health check, which we are providing free of charge.

With a view to aiding your analysis and assessment of where you stand in relation to ESG compliance, we have put together a short survey that will not take you more than five minutes to complete. 

The survey consists of a list of 20 questions; the responses to which should equip us with the necessary information to provide you with a high-level analysis of your current ESG situation. The outcome of this exercise will be a report prepared by our ESG experts, based on your survey responses and customised to your organisation.

Bespoke surveys have been developed for each client type. Please click on the relevant link below to complete the survey and claim your free ESG Mini Health Check:

Asset Owners Survey

Corporates Survey

Fund Managers & Family Offices Survey