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PETALING JAYA: Companies must understand the risks, opportunities and benefits brought about by integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) principles into their businesses – including their supply chains.
The key message was highlighted during the aptly titled “Greening the Supply Chain 1.0” webinar, the first feature event of the StarESG Academy, which is part of the awareness and educational initiative of the overarching ESG Positive Impact Awards 2022.
The one-hour session saw Bank Negara sustainability unit deputy director Suraya Sani, Business Council for Sustainable Development (BCSD) Malaysia executive director Roberto Benetello, OCBC Bank director and head of Islamic and structured finance, Shafiq Sheikh Mohamed and Shan Poornam Group of Companies executive director Rose Kuan discussing the necessity of addressing ESG concerns along the supply chain.
Moderated by Ernst & Young Consulting Sdn Bhd climate change and sustainability services leader, Malaysia, Arina Kok, it was aimed at spreading awareness and knowledge from these industry practitioners.
BCSD’s Benetello stressed the importance of defining supply chain sustainability, which takes into account all the efforts that companies put in to consider the environment and the human impact throughout the supply chain.,
“Conventional supply chain management is about speed, creating cost efficiencies and the reliability of the operations.
“A sustainable supply chain, on the other hand, is about adding the ESG dimension to that, so this means addressing global issues such as climate change, water security, deforestation, human rights and fair labour practices, as well as corruption and governance,” he explained.
There are different drivers that push a company to look into supply chain sustainability and ESG in general, which include branding, investor relations, talent retention, compliance, competitiveness as well as access to financing instruments and international markets.
He opined, “This is particularly important for small and medium enterprises (SMEs). SMEs need to be aware of this and they need to start adapting their business models and strategies accordingly, even as larger companies increase integration of ESG risk into the overall enterprise risk management strategy.
“Companies need to understand that the most prevalent risks, moving forward, are ESG-related, so any business leader who doesn’t take into account ESG-related risks by using this to drive the company’s strategy is not doing a good job.”
The challenge, he said, is the lack of visibility into the network, owing to the vast, multiple-tiered supply chains of companies.,
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