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Resilience for volatile times

Disruptive technologies, geopolitics and climate change are forcing companies to act In the face of these challenges, the ability to react in the short term is just as essential for companies as strengthening their resilience in the medium and long term. What can be done to increase resilience in the current situation and in view of the new challenges that lie ahead?

KPMG Law supports you in the implementation with professional expertise, many years of experience and a strategic view of the big picture. This enables a prompt increase in performance and strengthens the long-term resilience of your company.

Efficient preparation for unforeseeable events strengthens the company’s resilience and enables adequate options for action in the event of an emergency (Prepare & Perform). KPMG Law’s systemic approach enables companies not only to react to negative developments or crises and ensure stability (Respond), but also to realize competitive advantages by taking advantage of disruptive events (Respond & Outperform).

At KPMG Law, we pool our expertise in the relevant areas of law to advise and support you – together with KPMG’s experts – in developing a sustainable strategy.

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Business Performance & Resilienceat KPMG Law

The ESG-led legal function of the future – How can legal support business?

How legal departments can add value to their business on the topic of ESG

Leading the Way: ESG Practices in Legal Departments 2023/24

The first ESG Survey for Legal Departments by KPMG Law

The public sector has so far engaged in inadequate climate protection

There is a need for action on the part of states, cities and municipalities for more climate protection, otherwise there is a threat of risks. Our whitepaper provides recommendations.

Public construction – sustainable climate-friendly

To meet climate targets, emissions in the building sector must be reduced by over 43 percent in the current decade. This requires high investments, new materials and new building technology. We show how the law can be used to address these challenges

Sustainable public procurement

Training to educate procuring entities to contribute to strengthening sustainability through public procurement and to fulfill legal obligations.

“Companies need to be prepared for the fact that times are getting even tougher. And they need to become more resilient in order to remain competitive in the future.

Mathias Oberndörfer, Member of the Management Board, KPMG AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft

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Anne-Kathrin Gillig

Partner
Frankfurt am Main Site Manager
Head of Compliance and Business Criminal Law

THE SQUAIRE Am Flughafen
60549 Frankfurt am Main

tel: +49 69 951195013
agillig@kpmg-law.com

Dr. Moritz Püstow

Partner
Solution Line Head Public Sector
Head of Public Law and Environmental Social Governance (ESG)

Klingelhöferstraße 18
10785 Berlin

tel: +49 30 530199129
mpuestow@kpmg-law.com

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