Survey: Majority of CEOs committed to improving ESG performance, despite economic headwinds

Michael Holder
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KPMG survey of over 1,300 leaders of some of the world’s largest companies highlights growing threat to business posed by political instability and climate impacts

The majority of CEOs leading the world's largest companies remain committed to prioritising environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues, despite growing concerns over the threat posed by current...

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