Power Corp. of Canada
Industry Group: Diversified Financials
Incorporated in 1925, Power Corporation of Canada is a holding company with controlling interests in Great-West Life (an insurance conglomerate), IGM Financial (Canada's largest nonbank asset manager), and other alternative asset-management platforms (Sagard and Power Sustainable). The company also has minority interests in Groupe Bruxelles Lambert (a holding company with interests in European companies) and ChinaAMC (an asset manager in China).
ESG Risk Rating
Industry Group (1st = lowest risk)
Diversified Financials 15 out of 877
Global Universe 288 out of 15517
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|Company||ESG Risk Rating||Industry Rank|
|Power Corp. of Canada||
|15 out of 877|
|31 out of 877|
|SM Investments Corp.||
|43 out of 877|
|53 out of 877|
|Investment AB Latour||
|55 out of 877|
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Power Corp. of Canada's Exposure is Low
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Power Corp. of Canada's Management of ESG Material Risk is Strong
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