Integrated Profit & Loss

What is the Integrated Profit & Loss?

  • Measures and values six types of positive and negative impacts: financial, manufactured, intellectual, natural, social and human capital impacts
  • Makes impacts comparable by expressing them in one language: money
  • Uses a standardized list and definitions of impact indicators for each capital
  • Supports your value creation model with quantitative evidence
  • Takes into account impact on all stakeholders
  • Is in line with international developments in integrated reporting, e.g., the framework of the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC)
  • Can be applied on all levels, e.g., company, product, service and supply chain level
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What do we offer?

    • Full product scan (True Value)
      An all-round product analysis, including a supply chain analysis, sector benchmark and an overview of the business case for improving a product’s impacts, based on the six capitals of IP&L
    • Supply chain analysis
      The analysis assesses the positive and negative financial, manufactured, intellectual, natural, social and human impacts throughout the supply chain of a product
    • Company analysis
      The analysis assesses the positive and negative financial, manufactured, intellectual, natural, social and human impacts of a company
    • Portfolio analysis (True Returns)
      The analysis assesses the positive and negative financial, manufactured, intellectual, natural, social and human impacts of your investment portfolio
    • Tailored analysis
      Depending on your needs, we can tailor our services e.g., by focusing on a selection of impacts or capitals, specific investments or policies etc.

How can you benefit from our services? 

Short – medium term

  • Understand your impact on society
  • Explore the relevance of impact to your business
  • Credibly communicate and report on impact

Long term

  • Manage business risks by steering on impact
  • Optimize investment and strategic decisions by integrating impact considerations
  • Set your impact strategy and reconciliate financial and impact goals
  • Attract impact capital
  • Increase resilience of your business