By Adam Oldfield, chief revenue officer, Phoebus

Phoebus has published its second ESG report explaining what it does to maintain and grow its Environmental. Social and Governance commitments.

As a financial services software company, Phoebus is keen to foster sustainable practices and promote positive impact itself, its clients and partners, its local community as well as globally.

Within the pages of the ‘Positive Impact Report’, Phoebus outlines its five-year ESG plan based upon its four pillars of climate, community, people and governance. The report clearly sets out what Phoebus already does and a future roadmap with clear goals.

By way of example, Phoebus has been a carbon neutral company for 13 years and is well on its way to being carbon zero by 2030. It has been working collaboratively with sustainability specialist Positive Planet on carbon reduction plans and has an internal Green Team in place to progress positive environmental activities.

Key members of the Phoebus team are undertaking Carbon Literacy Training with the aim of achieving organisational Gold Accreditation in 2024. It intends to provide free Carbon Literacy Training to existing and potential clients and hopes this will inspire other financial services organisations to roll out sustainability training across their own organisations.

Paul Hunt, CEO of Phoebus, commented: “As a company operating at the intersection of technology and finance, we understand our profound influence in driving societal and environmental change. This report is a transparent reflection of our ongoing efforts to integrate sustainability into our business operations, product development and corporate culture.

“Having an ESG strategy, and following it, is an essential part of today’s business environment and is central to how we operate and engage with our supply chain. Phoebus’ clients know they are working with a firm that takes our responsibilities around ESG seriously and can benefit from the positive outcomes of our strategy brings.”

Phoebus is happy to share its ‘Positive Impact Report’, which is available on its website.

Click here to view the report