Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) report
SASB Standards guide the disclosure of industry-relevant sustainability information by companies to their investors. Our SASB report follows the organization’s guidance for the Professional and Commercial Services industry in which we operate. This report gathers information about MSCI’s policies on data security, workforce diversity and engagement and professional integrity, among other metrics. More information about the diversity of our global workforce can be found here.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission report
MSCI’s Consolidated EEO-1 report is a snapshot in time of our U.S. workforce and is based on specific job categories prescribed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). We note, however, that MSCI is a U.S.-headquartered global company with a significant majority of its workforce based outside the U.S. Private-sector employers with 100 or more employees and some federal contractors are required to submit demographic workforce data to the EEOC, including by race/ethnicity, sex and job categories. While a single chart cannot capture the diversity of MSCI’s workforce, investors can explore this standardized report to learn about our U.S.-based employees. More information about the diversity of our global workforce can be found here.
CDP report (2021 Grade A-)
CDP, formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project, runs a global disclosure system that enables investors, companies and governments to measure and manage their environmental impact. MSCI’s annual CDP disclosure outlines for stakeholders how we support clients with a variety of research, data and products that help them integrate climate metrics and strategy into their investment processes. It also describes how we manage our own impact on the environment as a company.
Investors can explore how MSCI is integrating the latest climate-related risks and opportunities into our business strategy with our Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) report. The report provides our climate-related disclosures in four core business areas recommended by the TCFD: Governance, Strategy, Risk Management and Metrics and Targets.
Climate Transition Plan
MSCI’s Climate Transition Plan provides visibility into how we are working to reduce our own carbon footprint. We believe we can accelerate progress toward a more sustainable planet through our ESG and climate solutions and our actions as a firm.
Corporate Responsibility Presentation
MSCI’s Corporate Responsibility Presentation is used during annual engagement meetings with our shareholders. We use these meetings as an opportunity to review and receive feedback on MSCI’s governance practices, our corporate responsibility efforts, human capital management strategies and the design of our executive compensation program.
MSCl's Notice of Annual Meeting and Proxy Statement discusses our governance and executive compensation practices, which are designed to support sustained value creation for our shareholders. The Proxy Statement also provides key details on the make-up of our Board of Directors and the oversight of key efforts and risks by MSCl's Board and management, including those related to corporate responsibility.
Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) report
MSCI's SFDR report provides metrics and data on ESG risks and disclosures for the European Union using SFDR mapping developed by MSCI ESG Research. We are voluntarily disclosing these metrics to promote transparency and support data collection of EU financial market participants.
U.N. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) report
MSCI has provided practical ways for investors to consider the U.N. SDGs since their adoption in 2015. This report describes how we apply the same principles to ourselves with a set of commitments, actions and metrics that demonstrate the impact we can have on the SDGs through our operations and solutions.