The Tenbar Group prepares a C-Suite / Board Level Presentation and Report for each engagement, based on the original scope of the work. Our recommendations are prioritized to address immediate concerns, setting out a clear plan to implement those steps necessary to resolve the defined issue.
The Tenbar Group's proprietary methodology draws from the spectrum of the most established Impact Investment guidelines. This customized, multi-tiered framework utilizes attributes from the UN Principles for Responsible Investment, Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment, Operating Principles for Impact Management, Commonsense Corporate Governance Principles, Accounting for Sustainability, SASB, GIIN System, Global Reporting Initiative, CDP, HIGG Index, ESG Indices and other sources.
Each of Tenbar's "Lucky 13" ESG Impact Categories, encompassing everything from Health & Wellness and Natural Resource Utilization to Community & Social Equity, Fiscal Responsibility, and Infrastructure, have over 400 transparent and monitorable metrics.
This framework is applicable across multiple sectors and industries to assess, track, and report impact. It can be applied to establish impact investment parameters, risk management, or in evaluating new or existing portfolios to assure compliance with existing Board, Third-Party or ESG Index directives and mission-statements.
Institutional Investors, Family Offices, Boards and Government regulatory bodies are requiring not only a consistent and standardized approach to quantifying ESG criterion, but also the ability to track those over time and present quantifiable outcomes.
The Tenbar Group offers an objective assessment prepared by a team of independent professionals with expertise in finance, operations and the law, selected specifically to focus on your matter. Understanding the needs of bondholders as well as the complexities of public purpose entities under financial duress, we work to find optimal resolutions for stakeholders.
Investors need to take assertive action when the finances of a company, municipality, authority, or 501(c)(3) borrower deteriorate.