Today, a growing number of acquirers would not dream of making an acquisition without considering the ESG risk the deal may encounter, which they consider to be material to the performance of both company and investor.
It is clear that ESG is now a crucial element to dealmaking.
ESG comprises a whole new area of company performance that is subject to due diligence when it comes to M&A and as such, businesses are having to commit more time, resources and money to gathering ESG data both for their own analysis and also for investors who require this information.
Companies are now routinely employ environmental consultants early in deal processes to meet anticipated requirements both internally and from third-party stakeholders.
For private equity firms, ESG has become an essential part of the dealmaking process that can increase the value of a target company.
And ESG is also an important factor when it comes to exiting companies. It is seen as adding value and an opportunity to unlock capital and there is a 10-15% uplift in exit multiples for businesses that have started decarbonising.
GoTo Generator provides an ESG advisory service designed to enhance the visibility of opportunities as well as risks in your business.
With our experienced, partner-level specialists, we offer pragmatic, actionable advice you can trust and stay with you all the way through implementation.
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About GoTo Generator
Generator are senior specialists collaborating in teams on projects to deliver value-based outcomes.
Our promise to our clients:
- We deliver outcomes faster and more efficiently than individual providers
- We operate an expertise-based model which means the senior specialists who take on the project PLAN, EXECUTE and DELIVER the project
- We share our experience and expertise using our hands-on approach
- We deliver faster results often achieving multiples of ROI on EBITDA/Cash
- We work with companies who have a strong desire and ambition to grow, accepting that change is part of that process.