• People moves 24 June: ISSB, CDP, ACRA, SGX and more...

    24 June 2022
  • Exclusive: Sustainalytics to launch transition ratings

    09 June 2022

    Sustainalytics is to launch climate transition ratings for companies by the end of the year, Environmental Finance has learned.

  • Q&A: Michael Jantzi

    09 June 2022

    The Sustainalytics founder talks about the confusion around ESG ratings, data overload, and the evolution of the industry

  • ESG data: Transformation by regulation

    05 June 2022

    As the latest update of Environmental Finance's ESG Data Guide is released, the next growth phase of the rapidly evolving ESG data market will be driven by regulation, writes Peter Cripps

  • A defence of ESG

    21 April 2022

    Where would capital markets be without the foundation ESG built over the last 50 years? In worse shape, says Michael Jantzi

  • People Moves, 31 December: Hiro Mizuno, PRI, Temasek, SASB

    31 December 2020
  • Sustainalytics launches transition bonds second-party opinion service

    03 June 2020

    ESG data provider Sustainalytics has launched a transition bond second-party opinion service, the first of its kind in the rapidly evolving labeled bond market.

  • The impact of Covid-19 on sustainable finance

    02 June 2020

    Sustainalytics CEO Michael Jantzi argues that social considerations have risen up the agenda as a result of the pandemic, and he does not believe that the 'genie will go back in the bottle'

  • Sustainalytics CEO defends pure-play green bond

    01 June 2020

    Sustainalytics has defended its decision to give a second party opinion to a green bond for general corporate purposes, reigniting the debate about whether so-called pure-play companies should be able to access the market.

  • Morningstar takes full control of Sustainalytics

    21 April 2020

    Financial services firm Morningstar has agreed to buy the 60% of Sustainalytics that it does not already own, in a deal that values the ESG research and ratings provider at €170 million ($184 million).