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The Evolution of ESG Investing
ESG investing is growing exponentially as more investors and issuers utilize ESG and climate data and tools to support their investment decision-making.
ESG Now podcast
Join the MSCI ESG Research team for insights into the latest news and world events with an ESG investing lens. Click to listen and subscribe on iTunes and Stitcher.
MSCI ESG Fund Ratings aim to measure the resilience of mutual funds and ETFs to long term risks and opportunities arising from environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues.
30 Years of ESG
The evolution of MSCI ESG Indexes begins with the launch of the world's first socially responsible index in 1990. Today, we have more than 1,500 equity and fixed income ESG and Climate Indexes
ESG Reporting Services
The service is designed to make reporting on the ESG characteristics of portfolios easier, more comprehensive, and more frequent.
Who will regulate ESG
Find how government agencies were responsible for over 90% of the new regulations in 2019 and that the number of ESG regulations that apply to investors have risen sharply.
ESG Funds in Focus
MSCI offers a focus on these funds to help investors understand the latest ESG trends and characteristics across more than 53,000 mutual funds and ETFs in our coverage universe.
ESG Screened Indexes
ESG Screened Indexes are designed for institutional investors & aim to exclude companies associated with controversial, civilian, nuclear weapons & tobacco, derive revenues from thermal coal & oil sands extraction or that are not in compliance with United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) principles
ESG Data and Solutions
Our team of experts is focused on in-depth research, ratings and analysis of the environmental, social and governance-related business practices of thousands of global companies.
ESG Trends for 2021: The ESG Data Deluge: Sink or Swim for Companies and Investors
When it comes to ESG reporting and sustainability strategy, it’s clear that companies are stepping up their game – and just in time, as there is an avalanche of disclosure requirements coming their way. It’s coming for investors too, who may find that an energized base of issuers knows a thing or two about ESG data reporting.