An understanding of the social, economic, governance and political (ESG) issues arising from ecological changes and variability such as
biogeochemical flows changes
is key to building corporate sustainable values.
Companies that fail to identify and mitigate ESG opportunities, risks and impacts will eventualy lose out.
Strategy & Management Advisory
Some of the ways you can embark on ESG, sustainable, regenerative and resilience journey
Hi, I'm Catherine Chong
I help companies and investors to understand, integrate and adapt to corporate sustainable and regenerative values.
ESG, Sustainability & Regenerative Advisor
16 Years of Sustainability and Tech Professional Experience in Asia, North America, and UK.
A strategist and an analyst by nature, I work with companies to identify, link and then disentangle economic, ecological, social, and governance (ESG) risks and impacts into corporate decisions.
My expertise includes translating complex socio-ecological systems thinking and component 'feedback' into corporate decisions, particularly in establishing market intelligence and financial insights.
My professional experience extends from corporate consulting for global top 10 consumer goods (FMCG) groups, private equity and sovereign wealth funds, to impact fund designing and management. I was a director of a regional impact fund for 18 markets.
The projects in my portfolio include national green accounting, rainforests and wildlife conservation, sustainable crops certification, ethical lending and investing, payment-for-ecosystem services schemes like carbon cap-and-trade, and sustainable product strategy in food, fashion, and other consumer goods.
In 2020, I co-founded Farms to Feed Us.
In 2021, I shall launch The Regenerative Loop.
What People Say
"Catherine's strategic orientation, diligence and persistence make her an exemplary performer. Her interest and knowledge on the intersection of CSR and finance makes her a valuable asset in the field."
"... has the unique ability to quantify complex social and environmental impacts qualitatively "
"She's a machine!"
"detail oriented, dedicated professional who is absolutely passionate about what she does."