ESG reporting. Value creation.
and c-suite executives
growing need for
You're in the right place
If you want to respond to investors' requests for more and better ESG information.
If you want to improve your third-party ESG ratings and rankings.
If you want to maintain your competitive positioning.
If you want to reduce risks and improve returns for your company.
How ESG reporting creates value for companies
Investors are increasingly adopting the practice of integrating environmental, social, and governance (ESG) considerations in their analysis and decision-making process, to reduce risks and improve returns.
As a result, they are seeking consistent, comparable, reliable, timely, and measurable information about ESG issues that are financially material to companies’ operating performance, long-term prospects, and risk profile.
Such information is incorporated into financial forecasts, cost of capital, and valuation multiples.
For companies, providing investors with decision-useful ESG information forms part of a management process (manage-measure-report) that improves their performance, their access to capital, and their market valuation.
An approach based on three pillars
systems and processes
Hear it from others
Hear it from us
The Investor Revolution
Robert G. Eccles,Svetlana Klimenko
Harvard Business Review - May-June 2019
Quels sont vos enjeux d'entreprise environnementaux, sociaux et de gouvernance ?
Action PME - June 2019 (French only)
Can We Talk? Changing the Sustainability Conversation Between Investors and Companies
Mindy S. Lubber
CERES - February 7, 2019
Le Québec sobre en carbone - des débouchés pour les entreprises du Québec - Investissement responsable et produits financiers (p. 22-31)
Institut du Québec - November 2018 (French only)
Does your nonfinancial reporting tell your value creation story?
EY - November 2018
ESG Webinar: How can listed companies meet growing investor information needs?
TMX - originally aired September 26, 2018
Marie-Josée Privyk, CFA, RIPC, SASB-FSA Credential holder
Marie-Josée is passionate about fulfilling her mission of helping companies improve their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) reporting to meet investors’ growing information needs and reap the benefits of better performance, better access to capital, and higher valuation. She has built a career in capital markets – from sell-side analyst and head of research to director of investor relations and sustainable development for a publicly listed company, and to ESG integration consultant – which uniquely positions her at the nexus of companies and investors.
B.Comm. in Finance from McGill University
Certificate in Applied Communications from Université de Montréal
CFA Charter Holder
SASB FSA Credential Holder (Fundamentals of Sustainability Accounting)
RIA RIPC designation (Responsible Investment Professional Certification)
PRI Academy Advanced Responsible Investment Analysis
"Money is not an end in itself, but an essential tool for development and a powerful lever. I aspire to contribute to a better world by leveraging that power to direct capital flows towards companies and projects that earn market-rate returns and generate positive environmental and social impacts."