ESG & Sustainable Finance

In a rapidly changing world, Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) and Sustainable Finance topics are becoming critical considerations for investors, corporations, and financial institutions. Simultaneously, it is becoming more complex.

Projective Group specialises in helping financial institutions, corporates, and other stakeholders tackle these issues, identifying and managing risks, whilst making the most of opportunities to drive competitive advantage, long-term stability, and growth.

Understanding ESG & Sustainable Finance

Besides the goal to advance global sustainability, three key reasons underline why ESG should be a top priority for financial institutions today. Firstly, stringent regulations in the UK and EU, such as those set by TFCD and CSRD, demand robust ESG reporting related to to financial reporting, with non-compliance risking fines.

Secondly, modern consumers and investors increasingly ask for ethically and sustainably driven organizations, aligning with societal expectations on issues like climate change and corporate responsibility.

Lastly, ESG performance significantly influences corporate funding, with strong ESG credentials opening doors to Sustainability Linked Loans, promoting a more sustainable economy while potentially enhancing a company’s financial stability and profitability.

It is clear that implementing ESG and Sustainable finance into your business is inevitable to become a future-proof business.

Projective Group’s expertise in ESG solutions

Clients turn to us for support navigating the complex and evolving landscape of ESG reporting and regulations, pragmatic advice, and delivery of ESG solutions. Whether seeking to embed sustainability into your business, or bringing Sustainable Finance services to the market, Projective Group is a tried and tested delivery partner. We can support you to develop ESG strategies that tackle challenges and satisfy regulations, whilst unlocking growth in an ever-changing landscape.

Regulatory Compliance

The regulatory landscape is anything but clear. It is difficult to be compliant when rules apply on different levels and vary in other sectors. Luckily, Projective Group can navigate you through the complex landscape of ESG regulations.

ESG & Data

There are several common challenges associated with ESG data, making it difficult to gather, analyse, and use effectively.

ESG data management capabilities encompass various functionalities crucial for collecting, storing, analysing, and utilizing data related to environmental, social, and governance factors. Our capabilities support you on your ESG data journey:

1. Data Sourcing: gathering ESG data from various disparate sources

2. Data Cleansing & Standardisation: collected data needs to be normalized, modelled and validated

3. Data Integration & Storage: cleansed and standardized data is then integrated into a central repository, such as an ESG platform.

4. Data Analysis & Reporting: Integrated data is analysed using various tools and techniques.

5. Data Utilisation & Adoption: the final stage involves adopting the insights gained from data analysis

The Pensions & Insurance landscape

ESG empowers pension funds to bolster their role as responsible investors, fostering a sustainable society. By integrating ESG criteria into investments, they mitigate risks, foster long-term value, and elevate their reputation. Embracing ESG enables pension funds to pursue both financial returns and a broader positive impact.

Navigating Regulatory Frameworks

Dive with us into the essential ESG regulations and frameworks.

Our solutions

Corporate Sustainability and ESG Disclosures 

  • Embedding sustainability into strategy and policies 
  • Conducting double materiality assessments
  • Delivering integrated, audit-ready disclosure and reporting 
  • Delivering robust Net Zero Transition Plans 
  • Vendor and tooling assessment for ESG disclosure and emissions

Sustainable finance, for investors, and lenders 

  • Developing sustainability-linked products and services
  • Integrating ESG into investment advice 
  • Integrating third party and internal ESG data into investment processes 
  • Integrating climate and risk data into portfolio and risk analysis