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Environmental, Social & Governance

A new offering from Valutico

Valutico, the first fintech scale-up to provide web-based valuations to the financial sector has received the go ahead to build a framework that bridges the gap between ESG factors and modern business valuation theory and practice thanks to the support of the Austrian Federal Government.

The ‘E’ in ESG refers to Environmental factors and includes aspects such as a company’s energy usage, waste discharge, water use and emissions.

  • Renewable energy

  • Energy Efficiency

  • Emissions Reduction

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Social impact

The ‘S’ in ESG refers to Social factors and includes aspects such as fair representation, gender equality and human rights.

  • Responsible supply chain

  • Ethics and labor policies

  • Vendor, partners, and stakeholders relationships


Governance is the internal system of practices, controls and procedures companies adopt in order to govern itself, make effective decisions, comply with the law, and meet the needs of external stakeholders.

  • Regulatory compliance

  • Ethical conduct

  • Standards and codes

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The ESG module is currently in Alpha, contact us if you’re interested in getting access

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