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The sustainability report is the main tool available to companies to communicate, on a voluntary basis, their performance or impact in environmental, social and corporate governance matters. The information included in the sustainability report is relevant for both internal and external stakeholders (customers, suppliers and/or potential investors).

What is a sustainability report?

One of the most effective tools for communicating the commitment to responsible and sustainable development are Sustainability Reports, where organisations report on their development in economic, social and environmental terms (triple reporting). The most widely accepted international reporting standard for the preparation of Sustainability Reports is that proposed by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), which defines basic principles and content for the preparation of Sustainability Reports, based on a common framework for all organisations that wish to report on these issues, and proposes a series of indicators in the economic, social and environmental spheres.

A Sustainability Report should provide a balanced and reasonable picture of sustainability performance, presenting results obtained within the corresponding reporting period, taking into account the commitments, strategy and approach adopted by the organisation. It is an essential tool for all companies committed to sustainability and the environment.

Introducing our Sustainability Reporting Services

In an era of great transparency, hyper connectivity and pursue of purpose, there is stakeholders’ ever-rising demand for more and better communication regarding the sustainability practices, initiatives and performance of companies and organizations. A reader friendly sustainability report that meets rigorous recognised standards and conveys the right message about an organization to its shareholders, is the one that achieves its purpose. 

In order to survive and grow in an increasingly competitive and accountable business environment, organizations are required to report not only on their financial performance, but also their non-financial performance through sustainability or ESG (environmental, social and governance) reporting.

A sustainability report is a valuable business tool that allows companies and organizations to present their economic, environmental and social impacts, while providing links of how their values and governance model dictate and influence strategy decisions, business performance and sustainability commitments. A good sustainability report is based on a sound sustainability strategy integrated with core business objectives and it demonstrates how companies create value for both the business and society.

The future of responsible business

To better understand a company’s long-term performance and its prospects for value creation and sustainability, we need to move to globally consistent and assured non-financial reporting that is as robust as financial reporting.

Everyone in the corporate reporting ecosystem – companies, investors, policymakers and other stakeholders – has a role to play in making this a success. To this end, harmonization and the development of comprehensive standards for sustainability reporting that meet the information needs of stakeholders will be possible.

Why reporting matters

Sustainability reporting is a well-established tool for transparently communicating a company’s impact, performance and efforts to stakeholders. The importance of sustainability reporting has increased because regulatory compliance has become a key factor.

Reporting is also a useful management tool for determining the status quo of one’s sustainability performance, and we recommend that companies consider the increasingly stringent regulatory requirements when making their long-term decisions.


At Euro-Funding we are experts in selecting the focus of your sustainability report. We take care of creating the structure, calculating the indicators and drafting the report to ensure that legal obligations are met. 



  • Integrate ESG strategies within your organization through the collection, measurement and implementation of ESG information to manage risks and monitor progress against commitments.
  • Our integrated approach includes communications, processes, systems and controls, which greatly reduces duplication of requests, omissions or misunderstandings.
  • Current and potential employees are increasingly interested in the type of organization they work for. Sharing the company’s commitment and achievements by involving the workforce can become a way to connect with them.


  • Stakeholders, including investors, use annual financial and sustainability reporting to understand how an organization is affected by and addresses sustainability risks and opportunities.
  • Identifying an organization’s strengths and weaknesses
  • Increasing customer satisfaction and loyalty by providing a competitive advantage
  • Enhancing reputation and increasing trust among all stakeholders by demonstrating commitment to transparency
  • Attract capital and investment

Our process & approach

Our experts support you with professional advice in preparing a sustainability report in accordance with the relevant guidelines by understanding the current and proposed reporting standards at both network and territory level.

We prepare reports that comply with current reporting standards (e.g. NFRD, GRI Universal Standards and upcoming ones (e.g. CSRD and the respective ESRS – European Sustainability Reporting Standards).

Our goal is not only to provide you with a customized and standard-compliant report, but also to take care of creating the structure, calculating the indicators and drafting the report to ensure compliance with legal obligations.

What are the steps to follow when preparing a sustainability report?

In order to elaborate and detail a sustainability report, it is necessary to follow a series of guidelines to carry it out:

  • Assign tasks: It is necessary to establish a person in charge of planning, communication with other areas of the company and project management. The preparation of a sustainability report requires obtaining information from all the company’s departments, so it is essential to obtain a large amount of documentation related to the company’s economic results, its products and services and its environmental performance.
  • Planning: After assigning and organising the tasks, it is advisable to review the company’s Social Responsibility strategy and the different actions that are being carried out in this area. It is also a determining factor to pay attention to the organisation’s stakeholders, especially to their needs and expectations in order to be able to respond to them in an organised way.
  • Identifying the contents: Once the information on who will be responsible for the project and its main executors is available, and the company’s strategy has been reviewed, it is time to start drafting the report. At this point it is essential to decide on the total number of indicators to be included, which ones will be applied to the organisation and which ones will be reported.
  • Report preparation: Once these indicators are available, it will be necessary to analyse their quality and consider whether to include them in the document. With all this information, it is time to prepare the report and choose the form of presentation. This will require the preparation of a draft that will be reviewed by all the areas involved, so that the company has a document ready for publication and dissemination.
  • Verification: Once published and disseminated, the organisation can voluntarily opt for verification of its GRI report, whenever it deems it appropriate.

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