ESG Reporting

Measure and report your environmental, social, and governance performance

Make more informed decisions based on ESG Reporting

The demand for more transparency and comparability in Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) reporting has increased reporting regulations on your company’s business operations. Your corporate performance management must involve more than your regular profit & loss, balance sheet and cash flow statements. This will add additional processes to your periodic corporate or group reporting process. Integrating your financial and ESG reporting process helps to ensure that your strategic decisions are based on two equally important drivers of corporate performance.

ESG reporting should give insights into the following three pillars:

  • Environmental – highlights how companies use energy and manage their environmental impact.
  • Social – identifies how a company encourages its people and culture and how its business operations affect the community.
  • Governance – Entails a company’s internal system of controls, practices, and procedures.

When you have the right data available, leading to actionable insights into your company’s Financial and ESG performance, it helps identify and manage potential risks and opportunities related to Finance and ESG . In addition, it demonstrates your company’s commitment to sustainable business practices. Integrating ESG into your corporate performance management will help you assess, manage and communicate your ESG performance hand-in-hand with your financial performance.

What are the key benefits of ESG Reporting?

Why is cpmview a specialist in ESG reporting?

With our experience in simplifying complex business processes and data governance, we help you in your journey to integrate ESG reporting into your corporate performance management solution. We are your partner in understanding and complying with ESG reporting regulations and developing your integrated reporting process. 

Cpmview unifies, modernises, and simplifies Finance and ESG, using innovative technologies, from record to decision-making, to help companies to make faster and better-informed strategic decisions.

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about ESG Reporting
ESG Reporting Landscape Become compliant with ESG regulation
ESG Data Quality Ensuring timely and reliable data
Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive The EU's sustainability reporting directive
ESG Knowledge Base Get inspired and learn more about ESG

ESG Webinar Series

24 January 2023

ESG Webinar Series – Webinar 1 Sustainable Business Management

14 February 2023

ESG Webinar Series – Webinar 2 – Integrated Reporting – ABN AMRO Case

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is ESG Reporting?
ESG reporting refers to reporting a company’s environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance and impact on stakeholders, such as investors, customers, and regulators. ESG reporting is a way for companies to demonstrate their commitment to sustainable and responsible practices Read more
How does ESG effect the office of the CFO?
CFOs have an eagle-eyed view of the company, overseeing financial and non-financial performance. By leveraging expertise in financial reporting and keeping a sophisticated data infrastructure, finance departments can pursue integrated reporting processes across all departments. An integrated reporting process Read more
How does ESG reporting affect Financial reporting?
ESG reporting affects financial reporting in a number of ways. It increases a company’s disclosure requirements, reporting both ESG performance and financial performance. This changes the way companies look at their corporate performance entirely. E.g., the value of a Read more
What is the Roadmap of ESG Reporting
Overall, the roadmap of ESG reporting involves a continuous cycle of materiality assessment, data collection, analysis, reporting, and stakeholder engagement to drive continuous improvement in ESG performance and impact. This should be a simultaneous process with financial reporting to Read more
What is xP&A?
xP&A (Extended Planning and Analysis) aims to integrate financial and non-financial data from multiple sources, including internal systems, external data providers, and third-party platforms, to provide a more holistic view of business performance and trends. Overall, xP&A represents a Read more