Global Reporting Initiative+Economic Value Retained (G4-EC1-a)
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Economic Value Retained (G4-EC1-a)

How much economic value does the company retain (Economic Value Generated - Economic Value Distributed)?
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64 Known
+ 31 Unknown
= 95 Total results
Companies Values
951B
USD 2015
170B
USD 2015
51.1B
USD 2015
36.7B
USD 2016
36.2B
USD 2015
24.7B
USD 2015
13.9B
USD 2015
10.6B
USD 2016
9.82B
USD 2016
9.52B
USD 2015
6.27B
USD 2016
6.03B
USD 2015-2016
5.8B
USD 2013
5.33B
USD 2015
3.2B
USD 2016
3.13B
USD 2015
3.12B
USD 2012
3.05B
USD 2015
2.39B
USD 2017
2.03B
USD 2015

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Corporate Social Responsibility Report

About

This metric is based on the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4 Guidelines. It covers one of the reporting requirements of Indicator G4-EC1 – ‘Direct economic value generated and distributed’.

Information on the creation and distribution of economic value provides a basic indication of how the organization has created wealth for stakeholders. Several components of the economic value generated and distributed (EVG&D) also provide an economic profile of the organization, which may be useful for normalizing other performance figures. If presented in country-level detail, EVG&D can provide a useful picture of the direct monetary value added to local economies.

Methodology

To calculate the direct economic value that the company retains - G4-EC1-a3:

  • Compile the EVG&D data (see G4-EC1-a1 & G4-EC1-a2), where possible, from data in the organization’s audited financial or profit and loss (P&L) statement, or its internally audited management accounts.

  • Subtract the Economic Value Distributed (EVD) from the Economic Value Generated (EVG), this will give you the Economic Value Retained (EVR).

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  • Please see this page for guidelines on how to research values for GRI-based metrics.