Embedded materiality

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In a governance context, refers to varying scope of material issues depending on the perspective selected, e.g. from the narrow scope of issues reflected in financial statements, to the broader scope of issues affecting enterprise value, or to those having positive or negative impacts on the environment and society. See also: materiality, double materiality, dynamic materiality.


Resource: Double and Dynamic: How to Enhance the Value of Your Materiality Assessment