About CSIR

CSIR was launched at the 2nd National Economic Summit in 2011. It aims to showcase social accountability practices/impact of companies in Nigeria and present the sustainability approach of companies in line with their workplace policies, community development projects and approach to environmental sustainability

CSIR objectives

Our vision is to provide material and qualitative information on the sustainability practices of businesses in Nigeria for financial decision-making purposes.

To assess sustainability risks and opportunities inherent to investment decisions.

To provide a standardised reporting metrics for material issues within and amongst sectors.

To draw the attention of companies to the use and misuse of non-financial capital.

To enable peer to peer performance ranking within and amongst sectors.

To provide all interested parties with pertinent non-financial (environmental, social and governance) information of organisations.

To assist investors in making informed investments decisions using the total-mix of financial and non-financial information.

Our Methodology

To foster the adoption of best practises by providing standardised comparative indices on sustainability approach of organisations in Nigeria (and West Africa)

  • The CSIR is a one-stop shop for summarised information on company practises following clear cut environmental social and governance guidance.
  • The report is a tangible resource for quick information and split decisions on companies investment focus, workplace strategy and attitude to sustainability matters.
CSIR objectives

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