The social factor is becoming increasingly important within ESG. Demographic, ethnic and various cultural trends can significantly transform the way companies operate, as they can affect the composition and individual behaviour of both employees and consumers. Assessing current trends and their short and long-term evolution helps companies to identify risks that require organisational restructuring, recognise possible diversifications of their products and services, and even to attract new financing opportunities.

Key services:

  • identifying risks and opportunities arising from the social factor, and developing measurement concepts,
  • helping identify the range of data needed for analyses along potentially material social phenomena,
  • developing a stress-testing framework,
  • supporting the elaboration of the scenarios applied,
  • developing and implementing a modelling framework for financial risks and opportunities arising from changes in social factors, and creating tools,
  • validating the models developed by the company.



Services according to the letters E, S and G

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