Financial Strategies for Sustainable Growth: Navigating the Triple Bottom Line in a Dynamic Market


  • Nisar Ahmed Siddiqui National University of Modern Languages (NUML)
  • Fatima Hassan University of Cape Town, South Africa


Sustainable Growth, Triple Bottom Line, Green Investing, Impact Investing, Stakeholder Engagement, Sustainable Supply Chain Management, Responsible Corporate Finance, ESG Integration, Long-Term Value Creation, Shared Value


In today's complex business environment, achieving sustainable growth requires more than just maximizing profits. Companies must consider their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) responsibilities, navigating the "triple bottom line" of economic, environmental, and social impact. This article explores various financial strategies that can contribute to sustainable growth, including green and impact investing, stakeholder engagement, sustainable supply chain management, and responsible corporate finance practices. By analyzing real-world examples and drawing on relevant academic literature, the article highlights the potential financial benefits of sustainability-focused strategies while addressing the challenges and implications for successful implementation. Drawing upon relevant academic literature and real-world examples, we analyze how companies can optimize their financial practices to generate positive impacts across the triple bottom line – environmental, social, and economic – while maintaining financial viability. By understanding the multifaceted nature of sustainable growth and adopting appropriate financial strategies, businesses can create shared value for stakeholders, build resilience, and navigate the ever-changing economic and environmental landscape




How to Cite

Nisar Ahmed Siddiqui, & Fatima Hassan. (2023). Financial Strategies for Sustainable Growth: Navigating the Triple Bottom Line in a Dynamic Market. Abbottabad University Journal of Business and Management Sciences, 1(02), 139–146. Retrieved from