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  • May 6, 2022

    Euronext launches the OBX® ESG index

    Oslo– 6 May 2022 – Oslo Børs, part of the Euronext Group, today launched new OBX® ESG Index, that is now live and available to index users. This index identifies the 40 companies that demonstrate the best Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) practices. The launch of this sustainable index follows the successful launch of the French CAC40® ESG Index, and the Italian MIB® ESG Index and the announcement of the launch of AEX ESG in Amsterdam. ESG assessment of companies is provided by Sustainalytics, a Morningstar Company and a leading global provider of ESG research, ratings and data.

  • January 11, 2022

    Qontigo extends sustainability offering to portfolio construction and analytics tools

    NEW YORK, January 11, 2022 – Qontigo, a leading provider of innovative risk, analytics and index solutions has made available ISS ESG, Clarity AI and Sustainalytics data within its financial optimizer, Axioma Portfolio Optimizer (APO). Sustainalytics will also be integrated into Axioma Portfolio Analytics (APA) for performance attribution and reporting as well as Axioma Risk Model Machine (RMM), which allows users to create custom risk models.

  • November 29, 2021

    Sustainalytics on Why a Sustainable Supply Chain Matters for Companies

    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.

  • November 16, 2021

    Forbes 2021 Green Growth 50

    To build this list [Forbes] partnered with Sustainalytics, a division of Morningstar, to screen American public companies according to their emissions reductions. Limiting the search to companies with more than 100,000 annual tons of emissions and market cap greater than $5 billion yielded roughly 100 companies. Next, utilizing data from FactSet Research Systems, we looked at profitability. Only half made the cut — having increased profits (mostly measured by cash flow or EBITDA, but in some cases, we had to use net income) since 2017.

Upcoming Events

Oct 6, 2022 | Sustainability-Linked Instruments. The benefits of a Second-Party Opinion

Morningstar Sustainalytics will be hosting a webinar where we will be discussing sustainability-linked instruments and the benefits of having a second-party opinion.

Oct 17, 2022 | Environmental Finance - The Future of ESG Data

What's next for the EU Taxonomy, SFDR, and other regulations, such as PAI? Anne Schoemaker of Morningstar Sustainalytics is speaking on a panel next month about managing the complexities of ESG data to adhere to EU regulations. Register for Environmental Finance's The Future of ESG Data conference today.

Oct 19, 2022 | Incorporating International Business Norms into ESG

With the growing demand to integrate ESG considerations into the investment process investors are trying to understand the complexity of applying international norms to companies. Join our webinar to learn more about international standards, how to incorporate them into ESG investing and examples of positive financial and ESG outcomes.

Past Events

Webinar Replay | How Supply Chain ESG Can Help APAC Corporates to Accelerate Sustainability Goals

Key Trends & Considerations for Transition Finance

Sustainalytics would like to invite you to our Transition Finance webinar where we will be discussing the development and expectations of Transition Finance, how transition finance has evolved over the past few years, key market considerations, as well as trends, opportunities and challenges. Join us as we discuss what is next on the Sustainable Finance horizon beyond GSSS and Transition Bonds.

The Next Frontier - Impact Reporting

The increasing urgency of the climate crisis has resulted in most investors demanding for more information about the extent to which their investments and portfolios are aligned with the 2°C Paris Agreement target. A recent Environmental Finance Report indicated that 90% of investors regard impact reports as ‘crucial’ and yet 75% of them said that current impact reporting practices are ‘inadequate’ and the lack of impact reporting deterred them from making further investments.

Integrating Impact into your Investment Process

Join Morningstar Sustainalytics to discover emerging best practices for evaluating key impact metrics of portfolio companies and better understand your investments’ environmental and social impacts.