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Integrated Reports

Integrated reporting: A methodological challenge for data management

We can say that sustainability today is the protagonist in strategies and business models of companies. Organizations have realized that they must work on an integrated thinking that contemplates a strategic business vision linked to sustainability and with which they not only create lasting value for their shareholders, but also develop successful and lasting relationships with all their stakeholders.   

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Reporte de Sostenibilidad

How to make sustainability reports in compliance with General Rule No. 461

For the market to function effectively, it is essential that economic agents have clear, objective and non-discriminatory rules. In this scenario, complying with the standard is not a simple task and requires that the information disclosed by the different bodies be consistent and aligned with the same objectives.   

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Gobiernos Corporativos

Corporate Governance: The foundation of corporate sustainability and its requirements

Corporate Governance is understood as the set of rules, principles, policies, and procedures that regulate and define the structure and operation of a company's governing bodies. It establishes and regulates the relationships between shareholders, the board of directors, the management team, and stakeholders, regulating the decision-making process for long-term value generation.

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ESG Criteria Greenwashing

How ESG criteria help combat Greenwashing

ESG practices have taken a predominant role in the business world and have become a requirement for companies. More and more investors are looking to allocate their money in organizations that are aligned with good practices in the environmental, social and corporate governance fields. With this new trend, avoiding simulating compliance with ESG criteria is one of the major challenges facing the market. This practice, known as greenwashing, is the attempt by an organization to make its products or services, and itself, appear sustainable when in fact they are not.

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