Many small and medium-sized companies are owner-managed by persons over 60 years of age. In these years, they are facing having to transition through a generational change.
This frequently requires external funding, whether it be internally through the family or externally through buyers. Several analyses show that companies that work in a structured way with CSR have a higher rate of return than companies that do not.
This is why private equity funds and other professional investors often demand that possible acquisition targets work in a structurally with CSR.
This also applies to existing owners and investors in the company, who increasingly desire or demand more focus on CSR.
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