Community

Creating a global coalition

A Critical Mass of Companies Committed to Measuring Stakeholder Capitalism

A growing community, comprising dozens of companies, across multiple industries, have announced their commitment to report on the Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics.

Over 120 companies are now including the Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics in their Reporting Materials.

A.P. Møller-Maersk

Accenture

Adecco Group

African Development Bank

African Rainbow Minerals

Agility

Aker ASA

Allianz

Allied Irish Banks

Amanat

AmerisourceBergen Corporation

APCO Worldwide

Bain & Company

Bakrie and Brothers

Banco Santander

Bank of America

Bank of Palestine

Bayer

BBVA

Biogen

Boston Consulting Group (BCG)

bp

Capgemini

Cargolux

Circle

Clifford Chance

Credit Suisse

Crescent Enterprises

Crescent Petroleum

Dell Technologies

Deloitte

Deutsche Post DHL Group

Development Bank of Southern Africa

Diligent Corporation

Discovery Limited

DNB

Dogan Group

Dow

DP World

DTEK

EastNets

Ecolab

Ecopetrol

Eczacıbaşı Holding

Eczacıbaşı Building Products Inc. Co.

Eczacıbaşı Consumer Products Co.

Eletrobras

Enel SpA

Engro Corporation

Eni

EQT

Equinor

EY

Fidelity International

Fluor Corporation

Fubon Financial Holding

Galp

Ginkgo Bioworks

GoToGroup

Hanwha Asset Management

HEINEKEN

Henry Schein

Hess Corporation

Hillspire

HP

HSBC Holdings

Hyundai Engineering & Construction

Hyundai Glovis

Hyundai Mobis

Hyundai Motor Company

Hyundai Steel

IBM

Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN)

Intesa Sanpaolo

JLL

Kearney Inc.

Kia

Koç Holding

KPMG

Kuwait Industries

LG Chem

Limak Holding

Lippo Group

London Stock Exchange Group

Lord, Abbett & Co.

Mahindra Group

Majid Al Futtaim

ManpowerGroup

Manulife

Marhnos

Massellaz

Mastercard

McKinsey & Company

Medtronic

Mercuria Energy Group

Meridiam

Mitsubishi Corporation

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines

MUFG (Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc.)

Moderna

Nasdaq

Nestlé

Novo Nordisk A/S

NTPC

Occidental

Olayan Financing Company

Old Mutual Limited

Orkla

Palo Alto Networks

PayPal

PETRONAS

PSA International

PT Indika Energy

PTT

Publicis Groupe

PwC

Reliance Industries

Repsol

Roche Holdings

Royal DSM

Royal Dutch Shell

Royal Philips

Royal Schiphol Group

S4 Capital

Salesforce

SAP

Schneider Electric

Siemens

Sino Land

SIX Group

Snam

SNC-Lavalin

Solvay

SOMPO Holdings

Sony Group Corporation

Standard Chartered Bank

Sumitomo Corporation

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

Suntory Holdings

Swiss Re

Takeda Pharmaceutical

Temasek International Pte

Tamer Group

Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson

TotalEnergies

Trafigura

Trane Technologies

UBS

Unilever

Vale

VitrA Tiles Co.

Wipro

Xylem

Yara International

Zurich Insurance Group

Connect and Commit

Businesses across the globe are invited to join this journey, commit to reporting on the Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics and lend their private-sector voice to this convergence effort.

Contact the Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics team for more information: ESGMetrics@weforum.org

Ecosystem

Facilitating Convergence Within the Sustainability Reporting Ecosystem

The coalition engages with a wide range of stakeholders in the sustainability reporting ecosystem to catalyze the shared goal of bringing sustainability to the heart of business decision making by mainstreaming measurement and accountability.

We seek harmonization across the main corporate reporting initiatives and encourage convergence among leading sustainability reporting standards.

We engage with a broad range of stakeholders including sustainability standard setters, corporate coalitions, investor coalitions, trade associations, stock exchanges, capital market regulatory authorities, governments and international organizations.

Catalyzing Progress

The Core Team

This initiative was launched in August of 2019, at the request of the World Economic Forum’s International Business Council, in collaboration with: Bank of America, Deloitte, EY, KPMG, and PwC.

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