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E for Environmental refers to the effect that a company’s activity has on the environment, directly or indirectly. The S for Social refers to the impact that a given company has on its social environment, on the community, and the G for Governance refers to the company’s corporate governance, for example, the composition and diversity of its Board of Directors, transparency policies in its public information or its codes of conduct.

Sustainable finance

  • Support in the definition of strategies and design of action plans to comply with ESG regulations.
  • Monitoring of the European Commission’s Sustainable Finance Action Plan.
  • Training on sustainable finance. You can click on the following link to access all the information about our trainings:

Sustainability Report (EINF)

  • Preparation of the Sustainability Report
  • Verification of non-financial information


  • Study of actions to reduce pollution and waste generation.
  • Analysis of actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Reconversion of the energy parent company.
  • Biodiversity protection.
  • Verification of sustainable product reports (e.g. green bonds).
  • Definition of internal criteria for the consideration of green products (loans, mortgages, credits, etc.).
  • Elaboration of metrics for the determination of the impact associated with a product.


  • Development of metrics to determine the impact associated with a product.
  • Study of the physical space to achieve a healthy space for employees.
  • Ensuring the promotion of a diverse and inclusive company.
  • Study of measures to reduce turnover and absenteeism.
  • Analysis of flexible working hours measures.
  • Analysis of measures to achieve work-life balance.

Corporate Governance

  • Analysis of the company’s culture and management processes to achieve management excellence.
  • Development of plans for transparency and combating unethical practices.
  • Development of robust internal policies with clear metrics including factors such as outsourcing, compliance and employee competency.
  • Analysis of the structure of boards, e.g. number of members, composition, etc.
  • Examination of potential conflicts of interest in the election of board and council members.
  • Confirmation of the non-existence of political implications implying favored treatment.
  • Analysis of executive compensation.
  • Analysis of possible tax strategies.
  • Analysis of whether shareholders have the opportunity to vote on important issues.
  • Reporting and disclosure of information to directors and partners.

ESG training and board responsibilities. You can click on the following link to access all the information about our trainings: