What we do?
Standard Ethics assigns Solicited Sustainability Ratings (SSR) to:
And provides Sustainability indices.
The Standard Ethics Rating©, that has been tested over the last 14 years, is:
In short, the Standard Ethics Rating is a rating that intends to deliver an opinion on the level of compliance by companies and sovereign nations in the field of sustainability and corporate social responsibility (CSR) on the basis of documents and guidelines published by:
We exist to help companies and organisations talk a common language with stakeholders and investors.
For details on rating methodology, please visit the dedicated website.
And, how we do that?
Standard Ethics uses an analyst-driven rating process, so the work to be carried out does not require applicants to fill out forms and questionnaires or draft other documentation in addition to existing information. Standard Ethics analysts will gather the required data through standard procedures and common guidelines.
Standard Ethics has a governance model that has been designed to offer a comparable and standardized system of ratings, ensuring incompatibility between ratings and other economic activities and reduce any others cases of conflicts of interest.
Standard Ethics has a structure supervised by an independent Compliance Officer. Data collection and quotations for assigning Standard Ethics Ratings are supervised by its Rating Committee.