Deutsche Bank SAE
Industry Group: Banks
ESG Risk Rating
Industry Group (1st = lowest risk)
Banks 115 out of 1000
Global Universe 1928 out of 15561
What are the ESG Risk Ratings?
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Our Approach to Calculating ESG Risk
The ESG Risk Ratings measure a company's exposure to industry-specific material ESG risks and how well a company is managing those risks.
Exposure refers to the extent to which a company is exposed to different material ESG issues. Our exposure score takes into consideration subindustry and company-specific factors such as its business model.
Deutsche Bank SAE's Exposure is Medium
Management refers to how well a company is managing its relevant ESG issues. Our management score assesses the robustness of a company's ESG programs, practices and policies.
Deutsche Bank SAE's Management of ESG Material Risk is Strong
How do the ESG Risk Ratings work?
Highest Controversy level that has impacted Deutsche Bank SAE's ESG Risk Rating in the last three years
Highest Controversy Level