Tag: ESG in ratings

In EnviroLine, S&P Global Ratings’ Nicole Martin talks Climate disclosure, credit ratings and Canada  

Writing for EnviroLine, Nicole Martin, Senior Director at S&P Global Ratings, argues that widespread, comprehensive, systematic disclosure can serve to support more consistent and transparent analysis of climate-related risks. In turn, this allows all stakeholders to better understand both the long- and short-term consequences of climate change for the financial markets. Read the full article …

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In The Financial, S&P Global Ratings’ Jessica Williams explains the impact of climate risk on credit ratings

In a recent report on the incorporation of environmental and climate (E&C) factors into global corporate credit ratings, S&P Global Ratings has noted two new trends: the growing numbers of positive rating actions in relation to E&C influences, and the increasing references to E&C factors in our analyses. Writing for The Financial, Jessica Williams, the …

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SRI Connect interviews Michael Wilkins on S&P Global Ratings’ sustainability engagements

Michael Wilkins, Managing Director, Environmental & Climate Risk Research, speaks to SRI Connect about the likely future trends in sustainable finance, including the rating agency’s sustainability engagement and increased focus ESG factors. “There is growing momentum in the fight against climate change on all levels and across the world”, he says, “demonstrated by China’s notable …

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