Industry Group: Diversified Financials
Country/Region: United States of America
Founded in 1971, Nasdaq is primarily known for its equity exchange, but in addition to its market-services business (about 35% of sales), the company sells and distributes market data as well as offers Nasdaq-branded indexes to asset managers and investors through its information-services segment (30%). Nasdaq's corporate-services business (20%) offers listing services and related investor relations products to publicly traded companies and through the company's market technology group (15%), Nasdaq facilitates the exchange operations of other exchanges throughout the world and provides financial compliance services.
ESG Risk Rating
Industry Group (1st = lowest risk)
Diversified Financials 35 out of 860
Global Universe 500 out of 14443
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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.
Nasdaq, Inc.'s Exposure is Low
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.
Nasdaq, Inc.'s Management of ESG Material Risk is Strong
How do the ESG Risk Ratings work?
Top Material ESG Issues for Nasdaq, Inc.
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Highest Controversy level that has impacted Nasdaq, Inc.'s ESG Risk Rating in the last three years
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