Environmental and Social Impact Monitor has chosen sustainability consultancy True Limited as its partner in Jersey.
ESI Monitor provides businesses with tools to begin the journey towards sustainability, with staff based in London, Brisbane, Guernsey and Alderney and around 60 clients worldwide, including four major legal and accountancy corporates in Jersey.
True Limited's Commercial Director Michelle Ryan, who brings with her 18 years' private banking experience, will lead Jersey activity. She will provide clients with information on their businesses and investments and help them work towards sustainability goals.
"As the Channel Islands aspire to protect and enhance their economies and international reputations by developing expertise in the green economy and green finance, it will be a prerequisite for island businesses to develop their operational green performance credentials and develop tools to service new opportunities such as green finance. We are clear that to earn a slice of the fifty trillion green finance opportunity over the next five years, jurisdictions and the companies participating will need to develop evidenced environmental credentials based on measurement, minimisation, management, benchmarking and disclosure of environmental impact," ESI Monitor Founder Marc Laine commented.
"True Limited are a perfect partner for ESI Monitor as they have developed Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) reporting tools for investors and are committed to enhancing ESG performance for both investors and businesses alike."
True Limited Director James Painter added: “Net zero carbon by 2030 is a commendable target for Jersey and local businesses will need to play a major role in its achievement. I am delighted that this relationship with ESIM provides us with the opportunity to work with all Jersey’s businesses to assist them in doing their part to achieve the 2030 net zero ambition."
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