KPMG’s recently published study provides guidance tomateriality assessment for sustainability reporting. It is in companies’ core interest to learn about the expectations of their stakeholders and to identify the most important topics for them. By doing so companies can assure to be able to react to the changes of their external environment effectivily and ensure sustainability. Furthermore, there is an increasing pressure on companies (mostly from regulatory bodies, consumers and the civil society) to report their non-financial performance according to internationally-recognised guidelines, that are based upon materiality assessment. Access the study here.
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