The ESG Rating

130 chooses to undergo the ESG rating not only believing that this process will become a highly regarded requisite in the financial world, but also because it has now become essential to place oneself in the market after having received an official judgment that certifies one’s socio-economic-environmental sustainability.

The ESG rating or sustainability rating is a summary judgment that certifies the solidity of a company from the point of view of environmental, social and governance performance. Today it is clear how important it is to evaluate the company’s ability to create value, generate opportunities and reduce exposure to risks.

Therefore taking all this into account, both economic-financial indicators and ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) performance, The theme of sustainable finance is a priority for the European Commission and 130, placing its attention on ESG issues in order to be able to confront intermediaries, managers and investors consciously and responsibly. Integration with ESG criteria allows you to improve performance and have greater control over processes. Furthermore, the need to select the securities of the companies that best meet the sustainability criteria on the basis of objective parameters and criteria is becoming increasingly urgent.

For this reason 130 believes that activities aimed at generating profits and activities inspired by ethical principles are not incompatible with each other, but on the contrary are destined to become inseparable, particularly in relation to long-term thinking and planning.