ESG Reporting

Professional ESG reports provide an overview of your investments’ sustainability performance and create transparency. imug rating produces individual reports that are useful for customer and stakeholder communication, portfolio management and controlling. Of course, we also take into account the regulatory requirements for your reporting.

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What are the requirements for ESG reporting?

As with your ESG strategy, your ESG report is a combination of internal and legal requirements as well as the expectations of your stakeholders. We offer individual reporting that precisely meet your needs:

  1. Internal management: What are the main ESG opportunities and risks of my portfolio? How do I compare to the benchmark?
  2. Stakeholders: What is the ESG performance? E.g., how does the investment contribute to mitigating climate change?
  3. Regulation: What is the EU-taxonomy alignment of the investment? What are the Principal Adverse Impact indicators according to the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation?

Why imug rating?

Based on our ESG data, we regularly provide customised ESG reports so that you can concentrate on your core business: Our clients use reporting in many business and client processes. The format is developed according to your ESG strategy. The reports are then available on a regular basis in PDF, Excel and in your corporate design. And if questions arise in the process: Our customer service knows you personally and is just a call away.

Which reporting modules are possible?

Everything at a glance or diving into details? We offer ESG reporting from various modules:

  • ESG KPIs of the portfolio (CO2, ESG performance, SDG contribution)
  • Top and flop positions
  • Comparison with market benchmarks of renowned index partners
  • Opportunities, risks and recommendations
  • Qualitative assessments by analysts
  • Taxonomy compliance & Principal Adverse Impact (PAI) Statement according to SFDR

At a glance

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