Technology solution to elevate your ESG performance
Consciousness of Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) responsibilities of organizations is increasing across the world. Regulators globally are responding to this by requiring significant disclosures from organizations. This challenge increases manifold for organizations with global operations, given that regulations in each country may vary. Requirements around ESG disclosures and actions are also driven by pressure from investors, lenders, and customers.
Given the growing importance of disclosures, significant data integrity requirements, and varied and disaggregated data sources, enabling the ESG journey through technology is essential. Tech enablement also helps ensure the integration of ESG programs with core business operations.
ESG UniVerse is a cloud-based solution built using the foundation of Goodera ESG, a business that Uniqus acquired. The platform incorporates features which help organizations traverse efficiently through their entire ESG journey, ranging from disclosures and greenhouse gas accounting to peer benchmarking, and maturity assessments. With a unique blend of strong ESG domain capabilities and innovative AI-based technology, ESG UniVerse streamlines data management, enhances user experience, and supports organizations in achieving their long-term ESG goals.
Why ESG UniVerse?
ESG UniVerse Modules
November 16, 2023
The Reserve Bank of India, on November 16, 2023 issued Regulatory Measures towards consumer credit and bank credit to NBFC’s. This was against the backdrop of the RBI Governor’s Statement dated October 6, 2023 which stated that certain components of personal loans were recording very high growth and which were being closely monitored by the RBI for signs of incipient stress.
November 02, 2023
Regulations like SB253 and SB261 are intended to allow for more consistent, comparable, and reliable climate risk information from corporates operating under the remit of these laws. This publication serves as a valuable reference guide for companies navigating this new regulatory era, offering clarity and guidance on expected disclosure requirements.
October 25, 2023
India’s largest companies have faced a myriad of challenges in the recent years in terms of holding onto their employees. The median attrition rate of BSE 100 firms stood at 17% in 2022-23, up from 10% in 2020-21 and 15.4% in 2021-22