Large companies, governments and the society at large recognise that stakeholder capitalism and a focus on climate and society are key to long-term success and a prosperous future. Companies are being asked to design their strategies by considering the interests of all stakeholders, and how they affect the environment and society. Therefore, there is an increased focus on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues.
Tax is a key metric of an ESG strategy. It has both a financial impact and an impact on climate and society. A sustainable approach to tax is fundamental to sustainable growth. Such approach comprises of different elements, one of which is tax transparency. Different stakeholders increasingly take a keen interest in companies’ tax contribution (both from an amount and location perspective) and view public disclosure of this information as a sustainable tax practice.
Join this virtual seminar to discuss how tax transparency can contribute to sustainable and ESG-focused business policies.
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