Governance

We are committed to being transparent and fair, and building relationships with key stakeholders who share our values for positive change.

The “G” in ESG stands for “governance” and refers to whether a company manages its business in a responsible way. A firm that is governed well works within its regulations and policies and is transparent and fair.

Good governance mitigates and controls risks avoiding mismanagement, potential reputational damage and regulatory sanctions.

We have committed to the following as the start of our Governance strategy:

  • Ensuring an appropriate risk management programme is in place that includes environmental and social risks.
  • Creating policies to oversee new environmental and social initiatives.
  • Developing strategies to ensure we are responsible with our new clients and suppliers to ensure they are aligned with our own ESG goals.
  • Ensuring our ESG Team includes appropriate representation from Partners and key subject matter experts.

Find out more about the key elements of our ESG strategy

Learn more about the main pillars of our ESG approach.

Environmental Impact

We are aiming to execute all reasonable procedures to become a Net Zero organisation by 2030.

Societal Impact

Our strategy aims to positively impact communities, promote diversity, and protect employee well-being

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