July 26, 2022

Business Banking ESG support in NI – A win-win for all

MarketVue Business Banking

Author:
Sue Lewis, Senior Director, Financial Services
There are now over 700 B Corps in the UK, but much more will need to be done if the UK economy is to meet its sustainability targets by COP27.

With the Covid-19 pandemic at full force, businesses needed to focus on survival, now with the danger largely abated, attention is moving back to sustainability and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues.


The COP26 summit back in autumn of 2021 introduced legal requirements regarding climate change. With governments getting more serious about addressing issues, businesses are facing pressure from customers, shareholders and regulators to move the agenda forward.

There are now over 700 B Corps in the UK, but much more will need to be done if the UK economy is to meet its sustainability targets by COP27. And with sustainability being only part of the ESG goal, businesses have much to do.

Savanta has used its flagship Business Tracker, surveying 1300 financial decision makers in Northern Irish businesses, to better understand business sentiment on this very important issue.

Download our mini report here.

MarketVue provides financial services brands detailed insights into the behaviours, perceptions and experiences of business customers. Comprehensive, reliable and with eight years of historical data from Northern Irish businesses, MarketVue is an essential brand management and monitoring tool used by all major financial institutions and agencies.

For more information please contact Sue Lewis, Senior Director, Financial Services at sue.lewis@savanta.com.


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