Mannheimer Swartling releases its third sustainability report
Mannheimer Swartling has released its third sustainability report. It is hoped that the report will serve as an important function for the firm's continued efforts to create value for clients, employees, and stakeholders, according to Jan Dernestam, Managing Partner at the firm.
– Our sustainability report is a compilation of the firm's activities in this area as well as being a tool to continue to achieve our goals, says Jan Dernestam.
Emma Ihre, Head of Sustainability, believes that there is a clear connection between the firm's core values and its sustainability work.
– Mannheimer Swartling's core values – quality, business focus, and team spirit – not only characterise our internal work and relationships with our clients, but rather we also believe they can guide us forward towards more sustainable social development. This belief has made us the market leader in the legal industry regarding sustainability, says Emma Ihre.
All of the firm's previous sustainability reports are based on the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) guidelines. The sustainability report for 2016 has been established based on the GRI Standards Core level.