The management of the aspects ESG
¿How are large companies incorporating sustainability into their decision-making bodies? Do they have measurable social and environmental objectives? What is not measured cannot be improved and cannot be evaluated. Have you adapted specific remuneration policies for ESG performance?
These are the main questions on which this report aims to shed light. In order to do so, it has analysed a sample of 85 companiesThe IBEX 35 companies and 50 companies listed on the continuous market from different sectors are among them.
In order to assess the degree of mainstreaming of the sustainability in business activity and managementThe analysis carried out includes three axes of research:
ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITMENTS AND OBJECTIVES AND
and verify whether these commitments are translated into concrete and measurable measurable objectives.
TO THE PERFORMANCE ESG
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Only 32% deals with ESG issues formally within a governance body.
Even IBEX35 companies are lagging behind, with only 29% of them making measurable and quantifiable social objectives visible.
54% of IBEX companies already have variable remuneration linked to ESG aspects.
In 2018, only 20% of IBEX companies had a dedicated Sustainability Committee.
Only 18% declare to have a bonus linked to ESG performance.