How do PE firms get supply chain data into their ESG risk analysis.

How do PE firms get supply chain data into their ESG risk analysis.

How do PE firms get supply chain data into their ESG risk analysis.

Tony Wines CEO Turnkey Group talks with Richard Peers about the real world work they do to improve corporate productivity and operations can help ESG and Sustainable Finance.

ESG Webinar: Understanding ESG & Impact Investing – Opportunities, Challenges and Significance

ESG in credit risk analysis: from disconnects to action areas

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The PRI examines action areas to consider transparently and systematically ESG factors in credit risk analysis, with active participants to the ESG in Credit Risk and Ratings Initiative, including credit rating agencies Fitch Ratings, RAM Ratings, and investors AXA, HSBC Global AM, Legal & General IM and Nomura AM. This webinar recording merges two sessions featuring different speakers.

00:16 Introduction by Carmen Nuzzo, Senior Consultant, Credit Ratings Initiative, PRI
09:45 Promod Dass, RAM Group ESG-Sustainability Analytical Lead, RAM Rating Services Berhad
18:05 Jason Mortimer, Senior Portfolio Manager, Fixed Income Investment Department, Nomura Asset Management
29:05 Shruti Khandekar, Credit Analyst, HSBC Global Asset Management
47:16 Q &A session

59:52 Andrew Steel, Global Head of Sustainable Finance, Fitch Ratings
1:09:49 Stéphane Le Priol, Director of Credit Research, Group Investments & ALM, AXA Group
1:19:48 Catherine Ogden, Manager, Sustainability & Responsible Investment, Legal and General Investment Management
1:33:26 Q &A session

1:50:00 Key takeways by Carmen Nuzzo, Senior Consultant, Credit Ratings Initiative, PRI

ESG risk and impact assessment: a hybrid, AI-enhanced approach to the data challenge

Greenwashing remains the bugbear for investors monitoring ESG performance. Corporate reporting is so uneven, in the absence of internationally agreed ESG standards, that it is difficult for investors to rely only on company-disclosed data.

Scope ESG and Sentifi both offer alternative approaches by relying on non-corporate data to measure sustainability.

Scope uses macro-economic data to approximate corporate ESG impacts including those of a company’s entire upstream supply chain. Scope calculates the costs of the ESG impacts so they can be easily compared by country, sector and with each other, providing ESG scores using proprietary methodology.

Sentifi captures shifts in ESG performance by analysing alternative sources of content in real time – such as news, blogs and tweets – to provide ESG scores synthesized by AI models.

Find out how Scope and Sentifi can provide an invaluable hybrid addition to investors’ ESG toolkit by signing up for the 29th June webinar.

How ESG Metrics Work And Why All Investors Should Care

“The Conscious Investor” is presented by Nuveen.

Martin Kremenstein, head of retirement and ETF solutions at Nuveen, explains how ESG metrics serve as an indicator of quality and can be used as a risk management tool.

According to research from MSCI, companies in the bottom ESG quintile have been twice as likely to suffer a catastrophic loss (over 95% cumulative loss) within three years.

MSCI downgraded Equifax to the lowest ESG rating on cybersecurity concerns a year before the data breach was announced.

Kremenstein says that Facebook was excluded from Nuveen’s NuShares ESG Large-Cap Growth ETF from the time it launched in December 2016. He explains, “it scored relatively poorly, compared to other tech companies over data privacy concerns.”


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