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October 3, 2019
This article discusses Morningstar's announcement that it will begin to incorporate Sustainalytics; ESG Risk Ratings in its Sustainability Ratings for funds as of November 2019.
September 24, 2019
This article focuses on a report issued by BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research which makes a strong data-driven case for 'ESG investing" - taking companies' environmental impact, social impact, and governance into account when deciding whether to buy their stocks, citing Sustainalytics as an ESG research provider.
September 24, 2019
This article references the Sustainalytics' ESG Spotlight Series Report Hot Assets: Global Equities and Physical Climate Risks' which assesses the proportion of the FTSE All World (AW) index that offers geographically segmented property, plant and equipment (PP&E) disclosures, and the physical climate risk preparedness of companies in risk-prone subindustries.
September 10, 2019
This article reports that City Development Limited has secured a S$250 million SDG Innovation Loan, in the form of a three-year revolving credit facility provided by DBS Bank Ltd. The article quotes and cites Sustainalytics as the second party opinion provider for CDL‚Äôs green bond and green loans.
Finding your path in the upcoming ESG regulations
Finding your path in the upcoming ESG regulations: A spotlight on EU Taxonomy and Disclosures The Taxonomy is a classification framework, part of the EU Sustainable Finance Action Plan, designed to determine whether an economic activity is environmentally sustainable.
Climate Week’s Financing a Greener Future
The first half of 2020 saw $200bn in sustainable bonds issued globally with green bonds accounting for nearly half of that. As more companies commit to achieving net-zero emissions and as the world shifts to a low carbon economy, the CEO Investor Forum and Sustainalytics welcome industry experts to weigh in on the state of the sustainable finance market during this one-hour virtual event.
Perspectives on Modern Slavery (Australia)
An estimated 40 million people are currently oppressed by modern slavery and companies are under increasing pressure to manage this issue to mitigate operational disruptions as well as compliance and reputational risks. Sustainalytics, FSI and Suncorp tackle this issue on Sustainalytics’ Perspectives on Modern Slavery – Australia webinar.