Human rights in a globalised world: why do companies need to pay more attention?

Rating the human rights commitments, risk management and reporting of 4,500 companies listed worldwide.
2019-07-02T01:18:12+02:00Thematic Studies|

Vigeo Eiris & GovernArt published: Performance of Latin American Investors

In this study, Vigeo Eiris and GovernArt highlighted Latin-American investors’ practices when it comes to integrating ESG factors in their strategies, processes, and investment decision making.
2019-07-02T01:20:45+02:00Thematic Studies|

The human rights responsibilities of business in a changing world

In this new thematic study, Vigeo Eiris explains how companies across the globe are addressing four key areas of human rights
2019-07-02T01:21:51+02:00Thematic Studies|

2016: SRI development goes on: again continued growth for green, social and ethical retail funds in Europe

2016-12-11T15:06:30+02:00Thematic Studies|

Responsible Supply Chain Management

Vigeo Eiris has published a comparative study on the degree to which listed companies around the globe report on the respect of international, social and environmental norms in their supply chain management.

Executive remunerations : does social responsibility really matter?

In recent years the allocation of huge bonuses to some executives in large corporations has been object of several controversies.
2019-07-02T01:23:54+02:00Thematic Studies|

2015: Continued rapid growth for Green, Social and Ethical retail funds in Europe

2019-07-02T01:23:57+02:00Thematic Studies|

Paying the penalty: The cost of CSR misconduct

In this study, Vigeo observes more than 2,500 listed companies around the world, offering an evidence of the existence of a strong link between CSR principles, goals and management and consequent legal risks and costs incurred by companies.
2019-07-02T01:24:38+02:00Thematic Studies|

What do companies report?

The second Vigeo's study on the worldwide evolution of Corporate Responsibility reporting practices between 2008 and 2014.
2019-07-02T01:25:01+02:00Thematic Studies|

Half of financial consumers likely to consider switching main provider if they have ethical concerns

Investment in companies that perform poorly on some responsible or ethical finance concerns can be almost as strong a motivator in choosing to switch financial provider as poor customer service, or a better deal elsewhere, indicate the findings from an Ipsos MORI national consumer survey commissioned by leading global responsible investment research firm EIRIS. The importance of responsible or ethical concerns in finance is supported by EIRIS’ estimate that the amount of money invested in the UK’s green and ethical retail funds reached over £13.5bn in 2014.[i]