Many senior business executives in Hong Kong and China think failing to address ESG issues would bring adverse impacts or disruptions to their business. Photo: Shutterstock
Many senior business executives in Hong Kong and China think failing to address ESG issues would bring adverse impacts or disruptions to their business. Photo: Shutterstock

Most ESG decisions by Hong Kong and mainland China executives primarily driven by compliance, PwC survey shows

  • Senior executives believe that neglecting ESG factors in decision-making could affect their companies’ ability to attract business opportunities and retain clients
  • Despite recognising the importance of ESG, many organisations are struggling to decide what actions to take, PwC China’s Elton Yeung says at the Asian Financial Forum

Many senior business executives in Hong Kong and China think failing to address ESG issues would bring adverse impacts or disruptions to their business. Photo: Shutterstock
Many senior business executives in Hong Kong and China think failing to address ESG issues would bring adverse impacts or disruptions to their business. Photo: Shutterstock
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