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May 13, 2021
Sustainalytics' CEO Michael Jantzi Appointed to the Independent Review Committee on Standard Setting in Canada
The Independent Review Committee on Standard Setting in Canada (the Committee) will make recommendations to ensure Canadian standard setting will continue to be independent and internationally recognized. Playing a vital role in the financial and performance reporting supply chain, accounting, auditing, and assurance standards provide a common and essential measurement for Canadians to assess organizations and their financial results.
June 7, 2020
Sustainalytics has been awarded the Best Responsible Investment Integration Leadership Award by RIA Canada. The firm took the top spot for its ESG Risk Ratings †roll-out and its contribution to making responsible investment a more dominant trend in the Canadian investment industry.
June 2, 2020
This article focuses on the launch of Sustainalytics' transition bonds second-party opinion service.
June 1, 2020
Where Sustainalytics is finding responsible growth that gives investors the 'best bang for their buck' in tough times
Asia Pacific: Navigating the EU SFDR Regulations
The EU Action Plan raises the bar for transparency and accountability on sustainable finance and the investment management industry. Hear from Sustainalytics' Anne Schoemaker, Associate Director, Product Strategy and Development and William Ridout, Senior Product Manager, for an insightful event for Asia Pacific investors focusing on EU Taxonomy and Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR).
Is there a price to be paid for ESG Investing?
With a growing awareness around sustainability issues and accelerating regulatory developments in Europe, sustainable finance is one of the most significant talking points of our time. But what does sustainability investing mean for stakeholders and what are the resulting challenges? What’s more, what kind of impact does this have on a company’s mid to long-term strategy as well as its short-term profitability? By bringing together representatives from the regulatory side, the financial industry, the non-financial industry and an independent advisory firm, we aim to take a closer look at the consequences for the corporate world and answer a key question - is there a price to be paid for investing in ESG companies?