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Environmental, Social en Governance

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ESG (environmental, social and governance) was created by investors who want to invest in a socially responsible way. More and more companies now want to take account of these factors and thereby contribute to an important social change. This need not be at the expense of profitability, because companies that embrace ESG aspects are becoming increasingly popular.

This allows companies to distinguish themselves from competitors and strengthen their value creation in the long term. It is therefore good for every company to consider what it can contribute in the field of ESG. In addition, many regulations regarding sustainability are being drafted, as a result of which companies will have to comply with additional obligations in this area in the short term. This requires careful and complex decision-making at companies, which we are happy to help with.

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Stephanie ter Brake

Stephanie ter Brake has years of experience in the field of corporate governance and is our specialist in the field of ESG. It follows all legislative initiatives in this regard, publishes on this subject and advises the most diverse companies on this subject.

 

Read her article about the proposal for the corporate sustainability due diligence guideline here.

 

If you have any questions, please contact her here.

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What does Lexence do about Environmental, Social and Governance

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Commitment is in Lexence’s DNA. That commitment extends beyond the practice of our profession. We are convinced that our firm can only thrive and grow by the grace of the society in which we operate. That’s why Lexence has for years been making a purposeful and increasingly intensive effort to develop policy in the areas of Environmental, Social

Read more here.

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