The Alliance for Corporate Transparency published its initial results on February 2019 after having analysed the information disclosed by 105 companies from the Energy, ICT and Healthcare sectors. The project will now expand its research to cover 1000 companies from all industrial sectors.Read more
The Alliance for Corporate Transparency project analyses how European companies disclose information necessary for understanding their impact on society and the environment, as required by the EU Non-financial Reporting Directive. It serves as guidance to companies and regulators, and provides data to substantiate the discussion on the standardisation of sustainability disclosure, which is in turn also a prerequisite for sustainable finance.
The project has assessed the reports of 105 European companies from the Energy, ICT and Health Care sectors in the initial round held in 2018. The main results are summarised in this website. You may also download the "2018 Research Report" PDF where you will find all the results and conclusions from the initial research in a detailed briefing.
The Alliance for Corporate Transparency is three-year research project that brings together leading civil society organisations and experts with the aim of analysing the corporate disclosure on sustainability issues by the 1000 largest companies operating in the EU and providing evidence-based recommendations for legislative changes.
Partners and advisors of the project include:
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