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Companies of all shapes and sizes must embrace this paradigm shift and produce fit-for-purpose ESG disclosures that meet investors' and other stakeholders' information needs.
FinComm provides information and advisory services that meet your specific needs and circumstances so that you can take action with clarity and confidence, wherever you happen to be on your ESG and sustainability reporting journey.
We design a realistic action plan for reaching your short- and medium- term disclosure objectives based on where you are in your sustainability journey and your context-specific needs, resources, and constraints.
Know what relevant ESG issues and associated information to include in your reporting based on the concept of materiality.
Get up to speed and stay in the know on global corporate sustainability reporting trends; take a deep dive into specific standards, frameworks, or regulations.
Obtain a detailed assessment of your latest ESG and sustainability report to raise the bar and better meet regulatory requirements and stakeholder information needs; identify gaps to the main reporting standards and frameworks; benchmark against peer reports.
An experienced capital markets practitioner, Marie-Josee combines her knowledge of financial analysis, capital markets, business valuation, corporate reporting, and investor relations with a deep subject-matter expertise in corporate sustainability reporting.
"My mission is to help companies improve their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) and sustainability reporting to meet investors’ and other stakeholders’ changing information needs and reap the benefits of better performance and higher valuation, while also contributing to the sustainability of the ecosystems on which they depend. I aspire to contribute to systems-level change towards an economic model that meets the needs of all people within the means of the planet."
-Marie-Josée Privyk, CFA, RIPC, IFRS-FSA Credential
B.Comm. in Finance from McGill University
Certificate in Applied Communications from Université de Montréal
CFA charter holder
CFA Institute Certificate in ESG Investing
GRI Standards Program
IFRS Foundation’s Fundamentals of Sustainability Accounting Credential
(Re)connecting Business Leaders Back to Earth
RIA Responsible Investment Professional Certification
Curated highlights and useful insights on the corporate sustainability reporting space.
With rapidly evolving ESG and sustainability practices and mounting stakeholder pressures to act, FinComm’s deep expertise helps companies cut a clear path to decision-useful sustainability reporting as part of an effective management program that creates value for the company and for society.
Understand key drivers of ESG and sustainability reporting. Know what companies will be expected to do in the coming years. Reduce the noise and the stress by taking action from a place of knowledge.
Produce comparable and reliable ESG disclosures that meet investors’ and other stakeholders’ information needs. Reduce your risk of greenwashing and improve your reputation by better aligning your words with your actions.
Only when you tell your stakeholders how you address your material ESG and sustainability-related issues, to better manage risks and seize opportunities that improve your financial performance and minimize your negative impacts, can you reap the full benefits of doing so, and ultimately improve your market value.
ESG is an acronym best used as an adjective to describe topics, issues, risks, and performance of an environmental (E), social (S), or governance (G) nature.
Energy efficiency, water usage, waste management, dependencies and impacts on natural resources.
Employee health and safety, talent attraction and retention, equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI), human rights, living wages, dependencies and impacts on local communities.
Climate change, culture and ethics, cybersecurity, political engagement, responsible taxes.