The International Organisation for Standardisation defines corporate policy as “intentions and direction of an organization as formally expressed by its top management”. As sustainability has been given more attention from stakeholders, it is of paramount importance for decision-makers and top leaders of the company to consider setting up appropriate sustainability policies within the organisation as soon as possible. The Singapore Exchange (SGX) has been requiring its issuers to include their Policies, practices and performance as part of the Primary components of Sustainability Reporting since July 2016.
Specifically, the Guide states that “The sustainability report should set out the issuer’s policies, practices and performance in relation to the material ESG factors identified, providing descriptive and quantitative information on each of the identified material ESG factors for the reporting period. Performance should be described in the context of previously disclosed targets.” (

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