Calls grow for more oversight of ESG ratings

Current metrics are too fragmented and should have regulatory oversight, panel argues

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With sustainable investing products continuing to increase in popularity, calls are growing for the providers of environmental, social and governance (ESG) ratings to be regulated, and for their metrics to be more standardised.

“There is a need to regulate ESG data providers,” said Rodolphe Bocquet, global head of sustainable investment at analytics firm Qontigo, speaking on a panel at Eurex’s derivatives forum on March 24.

“ESG scores are now playing a very important role in the design of

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