Corporate Impact Services

Report on the impact of your company’s activities and issuance


Simply saying you’re a sustainable business isn’t enough anymore: you have to prove it. Increasingly, companies want to show their customers, investors, and stakeholders precisely how their organization’s activities, products, and sustainable investments are promoting positive environmental, social, and economic change. There is also a growing demand from investors and regulators for companies to improve their impact reporting policies.

See Sustainalytics’ products for impact reporting on your company’s bonds and loans, or corporate activities. 

Sustainalytics Corporate Impact Solutions

Bond & Loan Impact Reporting

Understand the impacts of your projects and investments with a Bond or Loan Impact Report for pre-and post-issuance assessments. Receive a thorough and independent analysis on the impacts of your Use of Proceeds based on relevant Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and provide quantitative evidence of your bond or loan’s achievements.

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Corporate Impact Reporting

Discover the environmental, social, and economic impact of your organization’s products and activities, including corporate social responsibility programs, supply chain spending and operations, enabling better insights to drive internal decision-making and improving reputation among peers, investors, and clients.

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Why Sustainalytics?


A Single Market Standard

Consistent approach to ESG assessments across the investment spectrum.


Award-Winning Research and Data

Firm recognized as Best ESG Research and Data Provider by Environmental Finance and Investment Week.


End-to-End ESG Solutions

ESG products and services that serve the entire investment value chain.


30 Years of ESG Expertise

800+ ESG research analysts across our global offices.


A Leading SPO Provider

As recognized by Environmental Finance and the Climate Bonds Initiative.

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