LGFA has chosen to prepare its annual report in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards (core option).
The GRI sustainability reporting standards are the most widely adopted global standards for sustainability reporting and by meeting the GRI Standards we are providing greater clarity and accountability around our material sustainability issues including how we are responding to them.
LGFA Material Issues
Material issues are those issues that reflect our significant economic, environmental, and social impacts, or that substantively influence the assessments and decisions of our stakeholders.
LGFA’s materiality issues were determined with the assistance of Proxima, an independent sustainability consultancy. Over the past year, Proxima has worked with the executive, directors and shareholders to update the material issues relevant to our business and key stakeholders.
This year, LGFA’s material issues have been updated to reflect our increasing focus on sustainability (Our environment), with other material topics relatively unchanged from 2021.
|Our organisation||Responsible finance||Our environment|
|Culture, ethics and governance||
Deliver efficient and cost-effective funding
|Green,social and sustainability lending|
|Transparency and disclosure||Financial performance||Responsible investment|
|Health, safety and wellbeing||Industry collaboration and engagement||Sustainable business practices|
|Diversity and inclusion||Best practice finance principles|
|Capability and development|