In December, SIS will launch a Socioenvironmental Performance Ranking, which will analyze the profile of the portfolio of products and services offered by financial institutions, from a sustainable and climate point of view.
A new ranking will assess the real commitment of the banks to the ESG agenda. Developed by SIS (Sustainable Inclusive Solutions), with the support of iCS, the Socioenvironmental Performance Ranking (Rasa) will analyze the profile of the portfolio of financial products and services, excluding actions that are linked to direct operations, such as the use of renewable energy at the headquarters or bank branches, and the philanthropic activities of the institutions.
In an interview with O Globo, Luciane Moessa, the founder and director of SIS, explains that the intention is to support investors, decision makers and the final consumer in choosing who to do business with. Although regulation is the main factor for the agenda, Moessa believes that the transparency offered by the ranking encourages institutions to make more effort and investment in improving their practices. Read about the report here.