ESG factors are extra-financial factors that can influence, and be influenced by, our business activities. If not addressed appropriately they can escalate into substantial risks.
Examples of ESG risks include human rights violations, illegal logging activities, or severe corruption allegations. We diligently manage ESG risks to ensure they don’t develop further.
Alternatively, ESG factors can also present opportunities to induce positive change, such as increased requirements for renewable energy investments or offering solutions for emerging markets.