Treat ESG as a business investment, says UEM Sunrise executive

UEM Sunrise Bhd head of sustainability Sarimah Talib

KUALA LUMPUR: Environmental, sustainable and good governance (ESG) must be treated as an investment that should be integrated into the business strategy and not as a separate division or additional operating costs of companies.

UEM Sunrise Bhd head of sustainability Sarimah Talib said this integration comprised all parts of the business, including the management, operations and financial plans of the company.

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