SFI Practice Spotlight – Overwhelmed by ESG frameworks? Deep dive into SASB with SFi and learn how SASB is empowering investors to make better investment decisions
The SFi Practice Spotlight Series is a series dedicated to discussing sustainable investing standards, frameworks and measurement approaches. In this installment we share SFi’s deep dive into SASB and how it is empowering investors to make better investment decisions.
Investors and analysts are increasingly looking beyond financial statements for a more comprehensive view of company performance and seeking out sustainability data to enhance their understanding of ESG-related risks and opportunities.
Yet, investors are overwhelmed by the number of reporting standards, sustainability frameworks and measurement approaches that have emerged. The SASB Standards have been one of the most widely used reporting standards by investors – empowering them to make more informed investment and voting decisions.
SFi recently spoke with Katie Schmitz Eulitt, Director, Investor Outreach of SASB to unpack what has become somewhat of an alphabet soup of standards, codes and frameworks. We discuss how investors are using SASB to inform portfolio analysis and investment decision-making, SASB’s purpose and distinguishing factors to other standards, regional uptake in Asia and the road ahead.
The full article can be found here.