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ESG Model

Download the Sustainability Rating definitions guide. For further documents go to the rating page.

 

ESG Model

Standard Ethics model is exclusively inspired by the principles and guidelines of the European Union, OECD and United Nations. We do not give our own interpretation of the definition of CSR and Corporate Governance. This approach, adopted in 2001, is called by Standard Ethics “Institutional approach”, because it is based on Institutional guidelines and is not stakeholder-oriented.

The competitive advantage of Standard Ethics model is simple:

  • EU, OECD and UN recommendations suggest future legislative requirements. Companies, organizations and countries adopting the Standard Ethics model will have a competitive advantage compared to those not complying with the recommendations;
  • The principles of the EU, OECD and UN are universal and shared by all major international stakeholders;
  • Companies and their stakeholders can easily focus their discussions on common targets already discussed at international level, matching common views about the road map.


Standard Ethics adopts an "Institutional approach" in all its activities: rating, research and training.

 

Scoring Model

Standard Ethics analysis various aspects of environmental, social and governance issues and are summarizes in the chart below.

 

Then, analysis points are grouped in main areas. The following chart shows the different weights.

 

 


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