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- 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.
ESG Research 2017 Highlights
Increasingly institutional investors are integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors into their investment processes. Our research is designed to help investors identify risks and opportunities, and focus in on key ESG performance drivers.
ESG and Risk Management Integration
With ESG becoming a key consideration within investment process, MSCI experts Hitendra Varsani and Guido Giese talk about the impact of ESG and how factors and risk models provide deeper insight.
MSCI ESG Universal Indexes
The new MSCI ESG Universal Indexes are a modern way of indexing, and are designed to address the needs of asset owners (who also classify themselves as universal owners), who may look to enhance their exposure to ESG while maintaining a broad and diversified universe to invest in.
ESG Research for Issuers and their Advisors
Interaction between MSCI ESG Research and the companies and fixed income issuers we rate continues to expand at a rapid pace.
ESG Trends for 2021: Beyond Boom and Bust: ESG Investment Finds its Footing
Assets allocated to ESG investments have boomed in recent years. While some may fear that accelerating allocations could lead to frothy valuations, research so far suggests this is mostly unwarranted. In 2021, we see both hype and skepticism about ESG giving way to acceptance and a more nuanced understanding of when and how ESG has shown pecuniary benefits — and when it hasn’t.
ESG Sustainable Impact Metrics
MSCI ESG Focus Indexes
Deconstructing ESG Ratings Performance
ESG Investing: Climate Solutions
A suite of tools to help institutional investors benchmark, measure and manage portfolio exposure to climate risk and identify low carbon investment opportunities.