Small and Midsize Companies Should Start a Meaningful ESG Program, Says Mastercard's EVP of Corporate Sustainability

By: Megha Jain

SOURCE: The Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth

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This article was first published by Thomson Reuters.

As more law firms and corporate law departments embrace ESG factors, their use has become even more important to investors, consumers, and shareholders.

Most recently, law firms and their client companies have been adjusting their long-term growth strategies to more fully address environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) issues, particularly to help organizations improve their own sustainability and communicate their societal impact.

Shamina Singh, Executive Vice President of Corporate Sustainability at Mastercard and Founder & President of the Center for Inclusive Growth, the philanthropic hub of Mastercard, has been focused on ESG for years.

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