ENDS Analytics offers a brand new ESG Benchmarking & Advisory Service
Recent trends have shown much greater investor appreciation of the impacts ESG factors can have on a company’s value whether negatively, as in an environmental disaster or badly managed labour relations, or corporate governance. The major challenge has been the availability of consistent and detailed data to help make better informed investment and risk management decisions.
In response to this EIRIS (Experts in Responsible Investment) have developed a set of world-leading ESG assessment criteria. Covering over 300 indicators the assessment criteria are used by asset managers and institutional investors globally with responsibility for over $4.5 trillion in assets. A sub-set of criteria is also used to inform the biannual FTSE4Good ESG ratings.
To help companies manage their ESG profile and performance ENDS Analytics in conjunction with EIRIS is providing a new annual support service. The service is based on the data gathered by EIRIS for 3000 of the world’s largest listed companies across more than 250 ESG performance indicators.
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We found the FTSE4Good ESG ENDS Benchmarking Report an important tool for our improvement plans. It is concrete, clear and has been constructed according to our needs, we appreciate the "modularity of the service which allows the best possible contextualization of company benchmark needs." Sustainability Officer - Automotive Industry
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