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Once seen by some as a business obligation or marketing tool, corporate social responsibility is now widely recognised as an opportunity to add value and contribute to long-term growth. How can treasury departments get involved?
More and more treasurers are getting involved in environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives. Not only financing them but also embedding them into treasury processes and spearheading departmental sustainability projects.
There are a number of ways in which treasurers can support their organisation’s ESG goals, and embed them into their daily processes.
There's no disputing the fact that sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) are now central concerns for businesses and, as a result, affect the treasurer's role.
Workforces are becoming more inclusive. Yet many LGBT+ employees still do not feel as if they can be their true selves at work – which has ramifications on performance and wellbeing. How can treasurers encourage inclusivity within their teams?
In today’s ‘always on’ culture, companies focused on growth and productivity are realising the importance of wellbeing within their corporate social responsibility strategies.
Darren White, Head of Environmental Sustainability, and Ines Faden, Treasurer, share best practices for green bond issuance and outline practical ways to embed corporate social responsibility (CSR) into treasury processes.
Technologies such as artificial intelligence have the potential to make it easier for treasurers to gain visibility and control over their cash. But simply investing in these technologies is not enough to achieve working capital efficiencies.
The current trend of increasing automation and data exchange in the commercial world, often referred to as Industry 4.0, promises numerous productivity gains. However, while Industry 4.0 may be taking off in the commercial side of the business, many corporations have yet to emulate it in their treasury operations.
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