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Mixed results for Big Four in corporate responsibility index

Big four firms KPMG and PricewaterhouseCoopers performed strongly in the first Corporate Responsibility Index, published today.

Link: UK plc sets corporate responsibility agenda

Both firms made it into the second of five bands of Business in the community member companies, which measures how effective a company’s strategy on corporate responsibility has been.

However it was not all good news for the industry with rival firm Deloitte & Touche only making it into the fourth quintile.

‘Every company that participated in the index should be proud,’ said Patrick Mallon, director of corporate responsibility and benchmarking at Business in the Community. ‘Even those at the lower end of the index should feel proud for being brave enough to participate.’

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