Davos 2022

Redefining profit: How ESG reporting signals a shift towards a revised ‘social contract’

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Jennifer Shulman
Global Lead, ESG Advisory, KPMG
Ruth Lawrence
Senior Executive KPMG IMPACT, KPMG International
Zoe Thompson
Principal, Advisory, People & Change, KPMG in the US
Shruti Kapadia
Manager, ESG Advisory, KPMG in Canada
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