How do I interpret the ratings?
Our ESG ratings, found on the Company page the show the respective Environmental, Social and Governance scores for a stock. We use ESG Enterprise for our source of ESG ratings.
Companies are scored out of 1000 in each category, with the Overall category being the combined total of the Environmental, Social and Governance ratings.
75 - 149
150 - 224
225 - 299
300 - 449
450 - 599
600 - 749
750 - 899
900 - 1199
1200 - 1799
1800 - 2699
2700 - 3000
The higher the score, the better the company has performed in the category. If you don't see an ESG rating for a company, it means we don't yet have the data.
Where do we get our ESG ratings from?
We use ESG Enterprise for our source of ESG ratings.
ESG Enterprise partnered with major financial firms to create ESG rating methodology standards based on world-class data to help investors make informed and accurate decisions regarding investing.
ESG Enterprise provides extensive ESG database service across 50 distinct metrics, covering 90% of the global market.
ESG scores are designed based on company stored data that aids in measuring the organisation’s relative ESG performance, efficiency, and dedication, without bias. ESG Enterprise scores companies on 10 main KPIs: human rights, biodiversity, climate change, human capital and governance, and many more.
The ESG Enterprise ESG scores are cognisant of transparency bias and depend on derived data covering almost all material industry metrics.
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