Sustainable Finance

With Financial Sustainability - for Organisational Success and Longevity,
while protecting the environment

Sustainable Finance 

Investment decisions that takes into account
the Environment,
Social, and Governance (ESG) factors of an economic activity or project.
SOURCE: European Commission

Moving into the era of Sustainability, organisations and investors a like, are starting to increasingly use non-financial decision factors to analyse and identify risk and growth opportunities.

Although organisations financial reporting does not commonly use ESG metrics - purpose driven business leaders increasingly include standalone sustainability reporting or sustainability disclosures, as part of their annual reports.

" Environmental - using sustainable resources and mitigation towards climate changes"

    " Consumer satisfaction & data protection, while practising diverse hiring practices - Social "

" Board diversity, stakeholder accountability and compensation practices at executive leadership level within public and private organisations - Governance "

  • Climate Change
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Pollution
  • Water scarcity
  • Deforestation
  • Biodiversity destruction
  • Water Quality
  • Waste creation & Management
  • Valuing Employees
  • Customer Satisfaction
  • Data Protection & Privacy
  • Labour standards
  • Diversity & Community Relations
  • Employee engagement
  • User safety
  • Human rights
  • Board diversity
  • Executive accountability 
  • Separation of powers
  • Audit committee structure
  • Bribery & corruption
  • Lobbying
  • Political contribution
  • Executive compensation

As all elements are interconnected with each other,

successful sustainability can be a achieved by harmonising

Economic growth and its organisational governance, 

with Social inclusion and integration of all people, 

while at the same time - protecting the Environment

The Big Question?
Asked by many Investors

Why should I deploy my limited assets today to support your business growth tomorrow?

The Answer is - Without ESG, you shouldn’t

SOURCE: R. Bakken, Harvard Extension School, August 2021.


Sustainable Business Strategy

To Support Sustainable Finance Initiatives

Building a financially successful and thriving business, in todays world - is not enough!

Businesses small and large are very much integrated in people's personal dimensions - be it through daily work, business activities, retail & service transactions or other. In one way or another - all is connected.

Organisational leaders cannot focus on profit alone - but must purposefully consider, and prioritise long-term impacts - over short-term financial gains. 

Sustainable Business Strategies can help businesses to focus more on the Social, Environmental and Governance (ESG) impacts - and when sustainability is integrated into the organisations heart and soul, the business model, the vision/mission statement - can provide a lasting competitive advantage.

Sustainable Business Strategy

Sustainable Business Strategies can have many benefits, apart from highlighting ESG impacts.  

Reducing waste by recycling and going paperless - can help to transform some old, outdated and potentially inefficient (or even harmful) practices - to be reviewed and replaced with more efficient and cost saving process. 

While reducing harmful practices - can result in a healthier and happier work force. 

Ensuring vendors and suppliers, the organisation is dealing with, are also working towards the best sustainability efforts - reassures cleaner and more ethically aligned working practices, while at the same time - reducing waste and energy usage, can lower bills - and positively reflect on decreased supplier costs. 

Equally, many customers and consumers prefer and even seek-out organisations that actively engage with sustainability principles - and as such, can increase general revenue growth.

  • Overall cost savings
  • Increased process efficiency
  • Improved Risk Management
Legal & Regulatory
  • Helps organisations to comply with law and regulations
  • Reduces the risk of legal fines and challenges
Stakeholder Relationships
  • Creates trust & long-term value
  • Better relationships with employees, customers and suppliers
  • Better engagement with community



Reviewing the broader Organisation

  • We critically examine the organisations environmental, political and social landscape, including investors, and customers
  • Determine strength, weaknesses, and opportunities - for purpose driven sustainability change initiatives

Creating a Business Case -
for a Strategic Action of Change

  • Using Business architecture and models - we create a shared value vision
  • We develop smart strategic options - by analysing industry disruptions and organisational uncertainties

Driving Transformational Changes

  • Using the Wheel of Change - we develop the organisations unique transformation model
  • By critically examining the organisations unique position as a key catalyst enabler - we help solve global issues with purpose driven changes
  • We derive organisational change actions - for a purpose-driven transformation

Driving Systemic Changes

  • Using time with-standing metrics and impact investing - we analyse stakeholder management roles, including investors, alternative governance, Environmental and Social
  • With system thinking analysis - we critically evaluate fundamental business structures and supporting mechanisms
  • We develop an organisational action plan - to enable the business to strive towards lasting changes

Aligning Strategy and Business Structure

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Sustainable Business Model Design -
To support a Sustainable Business Strategy

Focusing on long-term value creation - for all stakeholders to ensure business sustainability

Incorporating circular business practices - to reduced waste and environmental impacts

Better stakeholder engagement - to actively listen, better understand needs and concerns

Foster transparency and accountability - to build trust and better relationships with all parties involved

Encourage flexible and open innovation - to stay ahead of changes (customer needs and market conditions) while adapting to new sustainability challenges