Disclosure of sustainability practices has become an expectation for institutional investors. What used to be a “nice to have” is now a “must have”, as $23 trillion in assets are professionally managed under responsible investment strategies.
Companies can use E&S QualityScore to understand how investors perceive their sustainability program, prioritize disclosure changes based on what matters to investors, and stay ahead of shifts in sustainability norms.
Clients can use our self-service benchmarking of plan features, burn rates, and dilution across proxy-defined peers, ISS-defined peers, or custom peer groups as well as by industry and index. Or leverage our experienced advisors to:
This document provides an overview of the methodology and summary of key issues.
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Use the only aggregated library of institutional investor ESG policies to better understand how firms use environmental and social disclosures to make voting decisions. Save time by using a tool that pulls policies into one place so you don’t have to research them one-by-one.
Since 2012, the number of climate change proposals has increased from 1 to 24 and the average support for those proposals has increased by 13 percentage points.
The ICS catalogue of 2017 environmental and social proposals allows companies to review short proposal briefs and familiarize themselves with the most popular shareholder proposals.
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Based on global norms as set out in international initiatives and guidelines, Norm-Based Research highlights the most critical environmental and social risks for a given company.
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We save you time by evaluating and auditing your sustainability policies and proposals, analyzing your shareholders’ preferences, and relating best practices from other companies.