The Financial Times Recognizes AccountAbility As a Leading Management Consultant for the 5th Year in a Row
The Financial Times announced on Friday, January 28th, 2022, that AccountAbility received a Premier Sustainability Consultant ranking following a survey of 5,200 partners and executives of professional services firms.
LONDON and NEW YORK, January 31, 2022 /3BL Media/ - AccountAbility, a Sustainability Consulting & Standards Firm with offices in New York, London, Dubai, and Riyadh, has been ranked as a Premier Sustainability Consultant following a survey of 5,200 partners and executives of professional services firms for the 5th year in a row by the Financial Times.
The firm has been the recipient of numerous accolades in recent years. In October 2021, AccountAbility was awarded as 'Best ESG Strategy Development Partner, Global, 2021' by Capital Finance International (CFI.co), a London-based print journal and online resource that reports on business, economics, and finance. CFI.co combines the views of leading multilateral and international organizations such as The World Bank, United Nations, International Finance Corporation, and European Union bodies with top-tier thought leadership to report on the forces influencing and reshaping the global economy.
A recent virtual panel hosted by the firm featuring Global Finance leaders highlighted AccountAbility's expert insights for CEOs and Boards on how Sustainability governance, reporting, and metrics impact the monetization of ESG initiatives across multiple sectors and regions. Click here to read "5 Valuable ESG Perspectives for CFOs" shared amongst global leaders from the panel. Click here to watch the full video.
"AccountAbility is extremely grateful to the Financial Times, Statista, our clients, and our peers for this distinguished honor. In my 30 years in the consulting business, the awareness of Sustainability/ESG matters (risks and returns) in the C-Suite has never been higher.
Our Clients and their Stakeholders are no longer satisfied with output measures – instead, they are very much focused on impact.
As a result, Senior Management responsibilities are expanding far beyond the day-to-day running of the business. The 'Tone at the Top,' therefore, needs to be genuine, informed, and balanced in its response and consider the organization's long-term viability." said Sunil (Sunny) A. Misser, CEO of AccountAbility.
FT's Leading Management Consultant Rankings are based on two surveys conducted in the Fall of 2021 by the Financial Times's research partner, Statista. Click here to learn more about the process.