Franklin Templeton has now released the annual company’s annual CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) report that is addressing the commitment of the company for being responsible corporate citizenship and is also outlining its efforts for building a better future for the clients, along with the employees and shareholders and also the communities it is serving across the world.
In addition for announcing that, the company has now met the commitments of 2021, and the 2022 report details of the progress of Franklin Templeton on the six dimensions of the company’s CSR, which is including the stewardship and sustainable investing along with the diversity and inclusion (D&I), community engagement, employee experience, and also responsible for corporate practices and it is also outlining the new priorities for the fiscal year 2022.
The company has also reported the sustainability results by using two widely used frameworks and the Sustainable Accounting Board (SASB) and the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and the company has reported that, by using the SASB standards has also expanded the reporting of the company to include GRI Index.
Jenny Johnson, chief executive officer and president of Franklin Templeton said, the CSR accomplishments of the company have been a testament to their commitment to progress, which has been at the centre of everything they are doing at Franklin Templeton. As the company is celebrating its 75th anniversary in the year 2022, they are going to be continuing to build upon the CSR achievements of the company while employing the highest standards in the way they are operating their firm and investment on behalf of their clients.