The development of corporate governance, social, and environmental responsibility (ESG) practices has gained more and more supporters in the business world because such practices indicate sustainability from the corporate, social, and environmental perspectives, consideration the changes that have been taking place in the world and in business.
Demonstrating good ESG performance indicators is crucial in conveying that a business is well managed, responsible, and engaged, which may attract new investors and business, and retain clients.
This new perception is indeed a paradigm shift in the corporate world, where the satisfaction of the various stakeholders that relate to the company are considered – shareholders, investors, employees, business partners, consumers, and society in general. It involves not only environmental impact, but also social inclusion and the fight against poverty.
In this scenario, it is key to have a multidisciplinary and experienced legal partner that guides companies in the various fields of law.