Companies are increasingly looking to assess their competitive position in the market with respect to ESG and sustainability performance. These competitive insights support future ESG decisions, drive internal performance improvements, and support the closure of managed and unmanaged risks.
Compare your ESG performance to selected peers to drive ESG performance improvements.
Sustainalytics’ Peer Performance Insight products measure your ESG performance against industry peers to help inform future ESG decisions and drive internal process improvements.
With a universe of more than 12,000 companies and tailored frameworks developed to over 40 industries, Sustainalytics leverages its extensive research database to compare companies’ performance to peers and industry scores.
Compare your company’s overall ESG Risk Rating performance against your peers across three dimensions: universe, industry, and sub-industry. Plus, view different performance lenses on the self serve Sustainalytics Issuer Gateway.
An extension of the Competitive Landscape with added layers of benchmarking detail, including: Exposure and Management Score Comparison, Material Issue Level comparison, and ability to download peer ESG Risk Rating Reports.
ESG Performance Analytics
A white-glove service providing in-depth evaluation of your company’s ESG Risk Rating performance and its strengths and weaknesses comparing up to 5 peers that you select. The service includes a customized presentation and a report.
Compare Your ESG Performance
Gauge where you stand in the industry and assess your performance, relative to industry leading practices. Compare your ESG performance to that of your selected peers, using their ESG Risk Rating information.
Make Internal Improvements
Identify areas of strengths and weaknesses to inform future ESG related decisions and investments internally, for the purpose of increasing competitiveness and improving ESG risk management systems.
Improve Your ESG Market Positioning
Position yourself against your peers when considering future business opportunities and new product development.
Which version is right for your company?
|Competitive Landscape||Competitive Insights||ESG Performance Analytics|
|Industry and Peer High level scores comparison (Quantitative)||✔||✔||✔|
|Industry and Peer High level scores + Material ESG Issue (MEI) Comparison (Quantitative)||—||✔||✔|
|Industry and Peer Comparison (Qualitative)||—||—||✔|
|Top 10 Industry Rankings with Peers||—||—||✔|
|MEI Rationale and Expected Industry Practice (Qualitative)||—||—||✔|
|MEI Management and Exposure Score Distribution – Universe, Industry and Peers||—||—||✔|
|Indicator Gap Analysis (Quantitative)||—||—||✔|
|Controversies and Events Analysis with Peers||—||—||✔|
|Leading Practice Examples based on Indicator Gap Analysis||—||—||✔|
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