With a full ESG reporting solution, Toppan Merrill and Nasdaq support every step of your ESG and CSRD journey to deliver your sustainability story in the way you intended as you work toward regulatory compliance. Our collective team of talented, ESG-focused designers and content writers collaborate with you to:
- Create a visually appealing and engaging report
- Uniquely customize your report to represent your company
- Assist in communicating your strategic ESG commitment. Plus, our partnership with Nasdaq provides a purpose-built solution for businesses at all stages of the ESG journey, from hyper-granular data collection to cross-referenced metrics, and even guidance notes
Step 1: Getting started
Consultation for your organization with Nasdaq on the components of a comprehensive ESG reporting software including ESG materiality and roadmap, ESG communications and ESG integration support.
Step 2: Leverage technology (ESG reporting tools)
Operationalizing all ESG workflows with Nasdaq’s platform designed to empower ESG data management and reporting including task assignment, status tracking and real-time collaboration.
Step 3: Content drafting
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Writing professionals from Toppan Merrill and Nasdaq working side-by-side with you to draft and perfect the report content.
Step 4: ESG reporting design and electronic distribution
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Design services from Toppan Merrill or Nasdaq to bring the final report to life for digital delivery to key stakeholders.
Step 5: iXBRL consulting
Toppan Merrill’s expertise ensures that required iXBRL tagging is accurate, and presents your ESG story as you intended.
Step 6: Regulatory disclosure
Toppan Merrill management of ongoing compliance reporting requirements, including distribution to global regulatory bodies.
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A Corporate Sustainability Report (CSR) is a report published by companies to show their environmental and social responsibility and their results. Overall, it is a way to show internal and external stakeholders the company’s commitment to sustainability. For support and additional information, explore our Annual Meeting and Proxy Solutions.
Founded in 2011, the SASB (Sustainability Accounting Standards Board) is a non-profit organization located in California. SASB was established with a goal to create standards for companies to disclose and report financial sustainability information. For support and additional information, explore our corporate compliance solutions.
Climate disclosure references the Climate Risk Disclosure Act of 2019, requiring public companies to disclose more information about their exposure to climate-related risks, which will help investors appropriately assess those risks. However, climate disclosure became a hot topic before the Act passed. It became a topic of conversation for investors in the 1970s when the SEC, Securities and Exchange Commission, initially launched its efforts to provide investors with information about the potential environmental risk associated with public companies.
For many years the SEC provided additional related guidance to climate disclosure. However, on March 21, 2022, the SEC went beyond guidance, when they proposed a significant rule adjustment. The SEC stated under the proposed rules changes, accelerated filers and large accelerated filers would be required to include an attestation report from an independent attestation service provider covering Scopes 1 and 2 emissions disclosures, with a phase-in over time, to promote the reliability of GHG emissions disclosures for investors. The proposed rules would include a phase-in period for all registrants, with the compliance date dependent on the registrant’s filer status, and an additional phase-in period for Scope 3 emissions disclosure. For support and additional information, explore our Annual Meeting and Proxy Solutions.
ESG or Environmental, Social and Governance are the three key standards used by vendors to evaluate a company’s corporate responsibility and can affect their reputation with investors. Environmental initiatives are examined based on a company’s impact and steps toward improving the environment. Social is examined by how companies build and maintain relationships within the organization or company, and externally with communities. Governance initiatives are evaluated by investors by examining a company’s leadership and its internal operations. For support and additional information on ESG, explore our solutions for Annual Meeting and Proxy Solutions.