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November 29, 2021
Developing a sustainable supply chain starts at the top. Corporate procurement has traditionally been incentivized to find suppliers with the lowest cost. In a sustainable supply chain, business leaders need to broaden their procurement lens to consider ESG impacts, in addition to traditional metrics like cost and reliability.
September 15, 2021
SS&C Technologies Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: SSNC) today announced the launch of its ESG reporting solutions platform for asset managers to better monitor and report on ESG exposure in their portfolios. SS&C’s platform will support compliance with the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) and deliver greater insights and transparency into ESG portfolio risks.
June 21, 2021
On May 7th, the European Commission published draft rules on how corporates and financial institutions should report on their alignment with the EU Taxonomy. The draft rules are laid out in a very technical document and not an easy read. This might explain why certain changes with significant impact on timelines and scope of the EU Taxonomy Regulation have flown under the radar of media and investors. Some of the impacts even escaped the attention of financial market participants responding to the consultation on the rules.
June 18, 2021
Foxberry today announced it is collaborating with Sustainalytics, a Morningstar company and a leading global provider of ESG research, ratings and data, to offer institutional investors access to a wide range of ESG information through the foxf9® platform. Leveraging Sustainalytics’ rich set of ESG ratings and data, investors can create unique indexes and assess their performance. Foxberry’s foxf9 platform enables clients to seamlessly assess multiple data sources in one place and the foxf9 calculation and back testing engine can provide a deeper level of understanding ESG data.
Exploring the Role of ESG Factors in the Fixed Income Investing Process
While many mainstream investors with an equity focus are applying ESG considerations as a part of their investment decision-making processes, how are fixed-income investors looking at ESG factors to assess corporate credit risk, bond selection, and other related activities?