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A New Vision of Value: Connecting corporate and societal value creation

A New Vision of Value

KPMG's report explores the growing connection between corporate and societal value creation.

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New regulations, growing stakeholder influence and changing market dynamics are driving the internalization of business externalities at an increasing rate. Externalities are now part of every company’s value creation story.

Business leaders and their investors need to be aware of these new dynamics in order to unlock value creation opportunities and manage risks. They need to identify and quantify externalities, recognize what is driving internalization and understand the implications for corporate value. They will then be in a stronger position to develop response strategies that protect and create value both for shareholders and for society.

A New Vision of Value is the follow-up to KPMG International’s 2012 report Expect the Unexpected: Building business value in a changing world.

Readers of A New Vision of Value will learn:

  • how companies can protect and create both corporate and societal value in the age of internalization using the KPMG True Value methodology
  • how new regulations, growing stakeholder influence and changing market dynamics are driving the internalization of business externalities at an increasing rate
  • what is needed from investors, business leaders and policy makers in order to achieve closer alignment between the creation of corporate and societal value.

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