ECPI monitors issuers’ exposure to ESG risks and controversies through daily check of over 100.000 media and Ngo’s sources.
Even if companies do not face the same legal requirements regarding environmental, social or governance issues between one country and another, they must be in a position to comply with a certain number of fundamental international norms in order to meet the requirements of responsible investors, regardless of the business involved or the country in which they operate.
Issuers with significant liabilities enter ECPI blacklists are based on the 10 Fundamental Principles of the UN Global Compact ( related to human rights, working standards, environmental protection and anti-corruption.

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