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Calvert's approach to ESG data and the creation of Custom Composite Indicators

Calvert, in partnership with Sociovestix Labs, has developed a set of proprietary composite ESG KPIs, known as the Calvert Custom Composite Indicators (CCIs) across a selection of key ESG themes. This approach enables the combination of differing coverage universes between third-party vendors, resulting in greater scoring coverage, while ensuring alignment with financial materiality in the measurement of performance.
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By Cheryl WilsonVP and ESG Senior Research Analyst, Calvert Research and Management and Laura AhmadiESG Research Analyst, Calvert Research and Management

Calvert, in partnership with Sociovestix Labs, has developed a set of proprietary composite ESG KPIs, known as the Calvert Custom Composite Indicators (CCIs) across a selection of key ESG themes. This approach enables the combination of differing coverage universes between third-party vendors, resulting in greater scoring coverage, while ensuring alignment with financial materiality in the measurement of performance.