GCNS has been appointed by SGX to organise one-day workshops to assist listed companies prepare their sustainability reports. Each listed company can send up to two representatives and need only pay $250 (instead of $500) per person with subsidies provided by SGX. The subsidises will end 31 March 2017.
The launch of the “Comply or Explain” sustainability reporting guidelines by the Singapore Exchange (SGX) earlier this year has created a significant buzz among the locally listed companies. Concerns on what the entire process entails, the resources required and what kind of effects it would have on organisational performance.
PUBLISHED DEC 12, 2016
India’s leading lifestyle and fashion conglomerate, Arvind Limited, clinched Asia’s Best First Time Sustainability Report award at the recently concluded 2016 Asia Sustainability Reporting Awards (ASRA) in Singapore.
PUBLISHED DEC 10, 2016
At the launch event in Singapore hosted by Fuji Xerox, the business community discussed the importance of reporting and how the new GRI Standards afford greater accessibility and flexibility for first-timers.
PUBLISHED NOV 30, 2016
Good corporate governance is the cornerstone of any corporation that wants to remain relevant for the future, says its CEO.
PUBLISHED OCT 2, 2016, 5:30 AM SGT
NTUC FairPrice, the largest supermarket chain in Singapore, on Thursday published its first sustainability report, which covers data and activities at all its 130 outlets and warehouse and logistics operations for the 2015 calendar year.
PUBLISHED SEP 23, 2016, 5:50 AM SGT
The business case for companies to be more socially responsible has been proven, but what comes next? Speakers and panellists brainstormed at this year’s CSR and Social Innovators Forum in Singapore.
PUBLISHED Thursday 15 September 2016
Singapore continues to increase momentum in sustainability reporting by mandating listed companies to report on environment, society and governance factors on a ‘comply or explain’ basis.
PUBLISHED Wednesday 22 June 2016
A survey of institutional investors found that 90 per cent consider sustainability factors
PUBLISHED: 4:00 AM, JUNE 21, 2016