Produced by an ICMA and IRSG co-working group, the code aims to improve the availability and quality of information provided to investors.
Committee’s plan to boost competition through mandatory selection providers with less than 15% market share for second rating branded “terrible idea”.
Disaggregation of E, S and G factors behind scores will “help investors”, though consideration urged to avoid “unduly burdening” firms.
The code aims to improve the reliability of ESG-related information used by licensed corporations in their investment decisions.
Consultation responses flag risk of regulatory fragmentation, while highlighting key role the code of conduct could play in building trust and transparency...
Three ESG rating agencies have adopted best practice guidelines, also launching new self-regulatory body.
A selection of this week’s major stories impacting ESG investors, in five easy pieces.
Regulation should aim to “reduce ‘black box’ methodologies” in ESG ratings market, says UKSIF.
Proposed framework aims to tackle conflict of interest concerns, but fails to address “quality of raw ESG data”.
“Early days” for SFDR, CSRD, says DG FISMA’s Deckers, as Commission aims to boost transition finance and ESG ratings and data transparency.
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