ESG Reporting and Rating Made Easy with Amicorp

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Amicorp Group has unveiled a groundbreaking ESG reporting and rating service designed to provide invaluable support to investors and businesses operating within the European Union.

This innovative offering addresses the growing need for compliance with increasingly stringent regulatory mandates, particularly the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) and the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD).

At the heart of this endeavour is Amicorp's Luxembourg office, which plays a pivotal role by delivering specialised services and acting as a crucial hub for the implementation of these new ESG solutions.

Renowned as a global provider of fund, financial, and corporate administration services, Amicorp Group is making waves with the introduction of their Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) reporting and rating service.

This service is primarily tailored to empower EU investors and businesses by providing them with essential tools for analysing, reporting on, and enhancing their ESG performance metrics. The timing is significant, given the escalating regulatory scrutiny surrounding ESG matters driven by SFDR and CSRD within the EU.

Amicorp's Luxembourg office, home to a dedicated team of 19 professionals, holds a pivotal role in this initiative. Serving as a European financial epicentre, it is poised to offer specialised services to asset and fund managers, institutional investors, and other enterprises navigating the complexities of ESG compliance. The strategic importance of Luxembourg cannot be overstated, as it is a region with considerable regulatory influence, particularly on larger listed corporations.

The newly launched service boasts the capability to generate independent, auditable ESG reports, drawing from a comprehensive range of data points, including emissions across Scope 1, 2, and 3. These reports are intended for sharing with regulatory authorities, stakeholders, and shareholders. Additionally, the service encompasses an ESG rating and a gap analysis, grounded in current industry benchmarks, enabling businesses to pinpoint areas for potential improvement.

While SFDR and CSRD serve as the primary drivers for ESG reporting in the EU, Amicorp's service extends its benefits beyond mere compliance. Its broader mission is to assist businesses in strategically aligning their ESG objectives with their operational and financial performance.

This mirrors the evolving industry trend, where the emphasis on ESG commitments transcends regulatory mandates, encompassing a desire to enhance corporate reputation and achieve operational efficiencies.

Furthermore, Amicorp has outlined plans to expand this service beyond the EU to address similar regulatory requirements in other key jurisdictions such as India, Singapore, the United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, the UK, and the US.

In addition to its comprehensive reporting and rating capabilities, Amicorp's new service offering includes a consulting component aimed at helping businesses craft a robust ESG strategy.

This encompasses initial diagnostic assessments, action plans for short- and long-term ESG objectives, the development of ESG policies, and stakeholder engagement. The consultancy arm also guides on selecting appropriate ESG-related initiatives, which could potentially involve collaboration with the Amicorp Community Foundation.

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Source: Delano


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