SEEM Sustainability through Engagement, Empowerment & Mobilisation
Helping leading FIs and real economy large businesses undergo a systemic change for their Just NZ transition, in turn, they become longterm sustainable through std. NZ Transition Plans based on CTM (Purpose, universal ESG Metrics etc) & the regTech prod. Compliance by Design for Corp. & Inv. Banks
Leading FIs' & real-economy large Corporations' Systemic Change for their Just NZ Transition, also leading to their longterm sustainability
The leading FIs' and large corporations’ systemic change for their Just NZ Transition, also leading to their longterm sustainability, is at the core, based on the concept of long-term sustainability of entities. An entity becomes so when it contributes directly or indirectly towards the bigger ecosystem it is a part of. It has an outward look, not just inward. It is multi-stakeholder focused, that is to say, it contributes towards the customer, employees, suppliers, environment, society and of course, the shareholders directly or indirectly. The positive presence of such an entity is felt by the ecosystem surrounding it, and the entity becomes robust and thereby sustainable for the long term. The std. Transformation Methodology CTM (Change thru Movement) embodies this concept and includes more aspects to make it objective and measurable, leading to the universal ESG measurements for these entities.
So how does this systemic change gets deployed?
It is done through two mechanisms -
First - the std NZ Transition Plans, that are nothing but the std. Project Plans based on the std. Transformation Methodology (CTM) Change thru Movement. It has eight aspects Purpose, shifting mindset and culture, innovation at scale, a constant pipeline of impactful and credible projects, Projects' and their non-financial outcomes' governance framework at the entity level, entities’ periodic relative focus across SDGs - their ideal, actual and targeted values, entities’ periodic focus on their std. sectoral impact parameters - their baselines and targets in alignment with their sectoral pathways directly or as financed, and the most important one - the mechanisms for universe ESG measurements. These project plans have provisions to incorporate GFANZ’s and TPT’s requirements, recommendations and guidelines; also leverage on the standards from ISSB or any other bodies; as well as any other expert knowledge as needed to achieve specific goals.
The other mechanism is the regTech product CBD (Compliance by Design) for the corporate and Investment banks that further enable them to deliver towards their purpose more powerfully. It solves their challenges in complying with regulations, solves their core issues of data silo, measures credit risk and compliance risk more accurately and discretely, integrates ESG data, brings more agility, creates a bank-wide MIS etc and thereby making the bank more robust, clean, purposeful and sustainable for the long term. Thus, makes the bank better prepared to respond to its responsibility and power to steer the economy towards one that is climate-friendly, inclusive and sustainable for the long term.