This Report is based on the Global Reporting Index standard – GRI Standards (core level). The Report presents indices from the categories of the basic description (Foundation, GRI 101), profile indices (General Disclosures, GRI 102), management approach (Management Approach, GRI 103) and selected topic specific Standards from the economic (Economic, GRI 200), environmental (Environmental, GRI 300) and social (Social, GRI 400) series.
The preparation of the content of this Report was performed in the following stages:
- Confirming the map of stakeholders and defining the material aspects of the reporting;
- Conducting a materiality analysis of issues to be covered in the Report;
- Collecting the data illustrating the implementation of the policies with respect the business model, Strategy and the corporate social responsibility goals, as well as the due diligence and risk management principles and the way they are managed at TAURON Capital Group;
- Drawing up his Report based on the collected data in accordance with the Accounting Act of September 29, 1994, as subsequently amended, the European Commission Communication 2019/C 209/01 of 20.06.2019 with guidelines on non-financial reporting: Supplement on reporting climate-related information and based on the reporting standard Global Reporting Index – GRI Standards (core level).
Seeing growing interest in non-financial data that allows for understanding of the organization in a broader context, this Report presents the content that can be used by the stakeholders interested in the value creation process by TAURON Capital Group, including, in particular, the investors, analysts and bondholders, employees, customers, suppliers, business partners, local communities, legislators, regulators and decision makers.
When selecting the materials, we were guided by the principle of materiality and care that the message addressed to our stakeholders should be credible and comprehensive. When drafting the texts, we applied the principle of brevity and the principle of linking the information presented. The reporting activities also used the principle of taking into account relations with stakeholders.