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Digitised ESG enables broader and transparent corporate governance

Environment, Social and Governance metrics are here to stay.


The ESG investment market has surpassed USD 30 trillion.


Governance needs better ways to measure corporate behaviour.


ESG metrics measure corporate behaviour and sustainability.


ESG metrics is a shift from intangibles to tangibles. 


Achieve holistic governance using ESG and financial metrics.


ESG metrics need to be harmonised and standardised.


World Economic Forum and UN shaping ESG framework.


KPMG, PWC, Deloitte and EY now undertake ESG audits.


ESG metrics dependent upon data availability, timeliness, and accuracy.


ESG data dependent upon how ESG knowledge is applied.  


ESG knowledge sourced from regulations, policies, and procedures.


ESG must be integrated into automated and manual processes.


Automate ESG processes through IoT, RPA and AI/ML.


The highest ESG non-compliance risks reside with people.


Behavioural risks are amplified as ESG complexity increases.


Need new thinking to manage ESG knowledge complexity.


Use digital technology to simplify and streamline manual processes.  


Provide step-by-step guidance through digital conversation, masking complexity.  


Capture in real-time the digital conversation as ESG data.  


Manual and automated processes deliver timely and accurate data.


ESG continuous intelligence measures corporate behaviour and sustainability.


Digitised ESG enables broader and transparent corporate governance.



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Freddie McMahon

Freddie McMahon

Director Strategy and Innovation

DF2020 Ltd

Member since

04 Aug 2017



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