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Institutional investors use ESG ratings to demand high standards for corporate behaviour – and you can do the same. By trading or investing in the highest-rated ESG companies, you are incentivising corporate managers to conserve energy, reduce waste, improve working conditions and enforce ethical business practices.

Our approach to ESG investing

Our ESG database covers 80% of global market cap based on publicly reported company data. We strive to be the industry standard database that reflects official company disclosure on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) metrics.

We believe that company disclosure and standards of reporting on these issues is of vital importance as it ensures accurate investor information, public discourse and regulatory guidance.

We also believe that transparency is critical to driving positive outcomes at both a financial and social level.

We do not use, create, or collect data that is not disclosed or publicly available.

Our robust, verifiable data is sourced from documents such as annual reports, company scores and fund ratings.

ESG is more than ticking boxes and good intentions

Smart business makes the world stronger

ESG is more than ticking boxes. It’s about making a difference, both for businesses and the world in general. ESG drives outcomes that create value and build growth, whilst strengthening our environment and societies.

Related ESG Investing Topics delivers unparalleled insight into corporate sustainability practices, drawing on decades of engagement with thousands of companies each year. Our data goes far deeper than simply determining how transparent companies are. It shows how well a firm’s management really manage the ESG risks and opportunities they face - including new and under-reported topics of growing importance. ESG Scores thus provide the deepest possible insight into companies’ ESG performance, while also playing a leading role in shaping the sustainability landscape by introducing new topics and advocating for improved standards and disclosure over time.

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