It’s time to think beyond traditional financial reporting. Businesses that measure and report their broader financial, social, and environmental impacts make informed decisions that benefit not only their bottom line but also society and the planet.

According to Gartner, 83% business leaders believe that their sustainability programs directly created both short- and long-term value for their organization.

Impact accounting is driving a shift toward a more complete valuation of financial and non-financial capital.

By going beyond traditional financial metrics, enterprises gain a deeper understanding of their overall performance, avoid risks, and make better business decisions.

Introducing 'The Rise of Impact Accounting' - A Report by Reuters

Key Findings


Transparency is becoming the new standard as companies disclose their impacts, paving the way for informed decision-making.

Holistic Impact

With holistic capital accounting, companies can assess positive and negative impacts across all capitals – financial, human, social, and natural.


Impact accounting frameworks will continue to become more accurate, demanding, and consistent.