Policy and Regulation

More guidelines on ESG ratings risk fragmentation

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ESG ratings and scores have been criticised for a number of reasons and there are often miscalculations, which can end up causing a lot of operational friction (Photo: Elxeneize/Envato)

Many countries are establishing non-binding guidelines, with firmer regulation on the horizon

There is growing scrutiny towards environmental, social and governance ratings, with a general expectation that governments will regulate this area. Meanwhile, a number of countries and industry bodies are setting out non-binding guidelines or codes of conduct, which ...

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