Harnessing growth: EEMEA innovators in action
1 Bloomberg ESG disclosure score (definition and methodology). Bloomberg’s ESG data coverage includes more than 11,800 companies; 410,816 active titles; more than 100 countries; 88% of global market capitalization; and over 2,100 ESG data fields (including third party data) as of 11/30/2021. Bloomberg’s ESG Disclosure Score is a score of 0 to 100 calculated using a subset of raw data points that Bloomberg collects on the ESG. It is designed to measure the transparency of companies’ disclosure of ESG information published by the company. It is therefore not a performance score but a score based on the amount of data declared. This rating methodology is designed to measure the robustness of the disclosure of ESG information by companies in their reporting / in the public domain. They are suitable for different industrial sectors and the measurements are weighted according to their importance to users in that sector. For more details see here.
2 Source: VanEck Research, Morgan Stanley Research. Data as of October 26, 2021.
3 Source: National Bank of Kazakhstan, EFG Hermes estimates for fiscal year 2020.
4 Over the next 10 years or so, fintech is expected to have a markedly positive social impact, helping lift tens of millions of people out of poverty, creating jobs, providing access to credit, and introducing savings and investments. basic for the rural poor. And it will be with little or no negative impact on the environment.
5 Source: VanEck research. Data as of December 2020.
6 Source: EFG-HermÃ¨s, company data. Data as of November 17, 2021.
seven Source: VanEck research, corporate data, Bloomberg, ISS. Data as of November 30, 2021.
8 ESG World – for more information on ESG World and Kaspi.kz disclosures, please click on here.
9 Source: Revolutionary Energy. 2021.
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