Clients and Peers Recommend AccountAbility in Financial Times Survey

London / New York, February 5, 2019 – AccountAbility has been included for the second year in a row in the Financial Times Rating of Sustainability Management Consultants in the UK, released yesterday.

Awarded a Bronze ranking as a recommended provider of sustainability services, AccountAbility has been included in a select list of respected advisors on corporate sustainability.

The Rating serves as an important performance benchmark for the professional services sector and is based on FT’s independent research and the recommendations of over 1,100 senior executives via an online survey and telephone interviews. Participants were asked to share who they would recommend, including who they would not recommend, from consultancies they had worked with over the past four years.

AccountAbility CEO, Sunny Misser, said: “We are delighted to be recognized, once again, by our clients and peers as a leading provider of sustainability advisory services. We are most grateful to our clients and peers for this recognition. AccountAbility will continue to strive to provide relevant, practical and high quality solutions to address the multi-dimensional challenges of our clients.”

As global businesses address their sustainability challenges and future-proof their business models, AccountAbility’s inclusion in this list is testament to the quality of our services and client relationships. By providing impactful and tailored advisory services that enable organizations to create long-term value, smaller specialty firms such as AccountAbility are rivaling the larger names in the consulting sector.

For details of the results of the survey please see the following link