Practice Areas

ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance)

ESG has drawn up what is essentially a set of rules and guidelines to help companies with their ESG obligations and recommendations.

Various institutions, such as governments, parliaments, international organizations, public institutes (e.g. stock exchanges) and NGOs have contributed towards the ESG framework.

The ESG require the following from companies in general (enterprises) in order to meet ESG rules and guidelines with regard to:

  • Environment matters such as climate change, resources and their shortage, residue treatment and pollution.
  • Social issues dealing with how enterprises manage their relationships with workers, suppliers, customers and the community in general, including matters of health and security.
  • Governance, which looks into governance policies used by enterprises, including matters of tax strategy, remuneration, enterprise leadership, partners and shareholders rights, structural aspects of the enterprise and corruption.

The firm provides legal advice to its clients keeping in mind the best way to meet ESG purposes.