ESG conduct has no direct bearing on credit rating actions
Study reveals ‘cracks in credit rating methods’
A new study suggests that the ESG conduct of a company has no direct bearing on its credit rating actions, which are focused on the short term. The study of more than 700 corporates by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) reveals “cracks in credit rating methods”, the in...
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