GRI CERTIFIED TRAINING SESSIONS 2019
Extra-financial performance disclosure: from regulatory reporting to strategic management
In the face of increasing demands for transparency in Corporate Social Responsibility, organizations of all sizes and sectors are committed to measuring and valuing their "extra-financial" performance. The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standards are the most used reporting standards in the world.
In collaboration with VP & WHITE, Forethix - certified training partner of the Global Reporting Initiative in France, is pleased to invite you to its SPECIAL SPRING EDITION, on April 2 & 4 - 2019 !
What We Do
Forethix is an independent Luxembourg-based consulting firm. We help companies achieve growth through responsible and long-term value creation. Our ambition is to create a future where CR & ESG guidelines and best-practices empower progress within the Investment community, Corporations, SMEs and society at large. Read more
We help our clients build trust and responsible solutions for sustainable and long-term value creation. We develop our services based on innovation, robust subject-matter knowledge and field experience combined with expertise on national and international standards.
Who We help
We work with leaders across all industries, organizational structures and profiles, offering individualized support in achieving their targets.
Forethix co-chaired the GRI Roundtable on Sustainability & Risk Management 15.11.2018 - On 13th November 2018, Managing Partner Stéphanie Deltenre co-chaired the GRI Roundtable on Sustainability & Risk Management hosted by Euroclear in Brussels. Aimed to support the GRI Community in Benelux, the roundtable generated fruitful discussions around CSR risks disclosure. While 89% of companies agree that failure to manage sustainability risks could have significant impacts on a company’s financial performance, few companies do actually report on their CSR risks. Forethix shared with the participants best practices in terms of CSR risks disclosure and led an exercise aiming at identifying practices to further improve reporting on both direct and indirect CSR risks.
CCD Partners becomes Forethix - 17.09.2018 - CDD Partners accompanies its transformation and its international deployment by acquiring a new name. This unifying identity impulses a new momentum, in line with the profile of dynamism and expertise of the company. A new name for a new momentum - To write this new page in the history of the company, a new name was needed. Created from the words "for" and "ethics" (rewritten in "ethix"), Forethix affirms both the values and the mission carried by the company since its inception in 2013. The signature "embedding Sustainability" supports the name and underlines Forethix's ongoing commitment to be close to its stakeholders and support them in the valorization of their sustainable performance and positive impact initiatives. Stéphanie Deltenre, Director of Forethix, comments: “This new name is an important milestone in our history. Forethix embodies in one word both our vocation and our expertise. It gives a better readability to our mission which is the integration of responsible practices in the processes of companies of all sizes and of all sectors as well as in the management policies of investment funds. This new name also marks the dynamics of international development in which we engage with the deployment of a local experts network to support corporate social and responsible investment strategies.”
CCD Partners joins IMS Network - 14.02.2017 - CCD Partners is pleased to announce its membership at Inspiring More Sustainability (IMS), an association of companies engaged in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Luxembourg. IMS currently counts 105 member companies, representing 15% of the Luxembourgish workforce. Bringing along our sustainability & CSR reporting expertise, we wish to participate in and contribute to the knowledge hub formed around IMS. IMS website.
The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is launching the new GRI Standards
The GRI produces the world’s most widely used guidelines for companies to report on their sustainability performance. The Standards are the latest evolution of GRI's reporting disclosures, which have been developed through more than 15 years of robust multi-stakeholder process. The Standards feature an improved format and a new, modular structure. The new GRI Standards will definitively replace the G4 Guidelines by 1 July 2018. To learn more - Watch a quick introduction video to the new GRI Standards