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CFOs can determine where ESG can create the most shareholder value

Companies can integrate ESG goals into enterprise strategy in a multitude of ways that maximize shareholder value

Mark Golovcsenko

Mark Golovcsenko

Principal, ESG Strategy Leader, KPMG US

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Josh Hesterman

Josh Hesterman

Advisory Managing Director, , ESG Climate Advisory, KPMG US

+1 972-351-3765

Jenny Chew

Jenny Chew

IMPACT ESG Director, KPMG US

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By targeting various environmental, social, and governance programs that impact shareholder value, CFOs and other corporate leaders can craft ESG strategies that balance financial benefits and costs.

In a new KPMG report, How to determine where ESG can create value, we show examples of ESG initiatives that can impact drivers of shareholder value at many points across the company. To achieve success, companies need to integrate ESG goals into enterprise strategy in ways that maximize value.