Technicolor achieves ISS ESG “Prime” status and receives the highest rating awarded by ISS for both its Environmental and its Social performance.
Technicolor has achieved ISS ESG “Prime” status for the second time. The Company also reached the “Best-in-Class” status and received the ISS QualityScore – the highest rating awarded by ISS – for both its Environmental and its Social Performance.
According to ISS ESG, companies are categorized as “Prime” if they achieve/exceed the minimum sustainability performance requirements (Prime threshold) defined for a specific industry (absolute best-in-class approach) in the ISS ESG Corporate Rating. “Prime” companies are those that rank among the global sustainability leaders in their industry. The Group demonstrates a very high level of transparency in its disclosure level regarding environmental, social & governance performance indicators and is ranked in the 2nd decile of its industry worldwide.
ISS ESG (formerly Oekom Research) is the non-financial rating agency of ISS (Institutional Shareholder Services), a leading proxy advisor company. The ESG Corporate Rating universe expanded from 8,000 corporate issuers to a targeted 10,000 issuers in 2020. It covers important national and international indices as well as additional companies from sectors with direct links to sustainability. ISS ESG’s assessment of a company’s social & governance and environmental performance is based on approximately 100 indicators per sector, selected from a pool of 800+ proprietary indicators.
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