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Why ESG reporting needs to balance ‘purpose with profit’ for real impact

Many companies are still at a low point on a steep ESG reporting learning curve Image: Freepik

Richard Bernau

ESG Consultant, Financial Services, KPMG, in the UK

Martine Botha

Sustainable Finance Executive, KPMG, in South Africa

Glenn Mincey

Global Leader, Private Equity, KPMG, in the US

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