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Corporate Sustainability Assessment

DJSI/CSA 2019

Who made it to the top?

Industry leaders, DJSI members, CSA review presentations, webcast registration.

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Use of CSA results

Indices, asset management, investor relations toolkit and ESG linked loans

CSA Resources

Learn more about the SAM Corporate Sustainability Assessment

The Corporate Sustainability Assessment at a glance

The SAM Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA) is an annual evaluation of companies’ sustainability practices. Each year we assess over 4700 companies around the world. The CSA focuses on criteria that are both industry-specific and financially material, and has been doing so since 1999.

”At AXA we believe high performance in the CSA is a good proxy for advanced sustainability practices, which translates into better awareness of long-term risks and opportunities. In a nutshell: the CSA makes us a better company for all stakeholder" 
Christian Thimann, Member of AXA Group’s Executive Committee and Group Head of Strategy, Sustainability & Public Affairs

Hyundai Motor Company shares their motivations to become first time CSA participants
Hyundai Motor Company shares their motivations to become first time CSA participants
This year over 200 companies made the decision for the first time to undertake the SAM Corporate Sustainability Assessment, joining over 1,000 companies seeking to benchmark and better understand their corporate sustainability performance.
27-08-2019 | Interview
CSA 2019: No sign of survey fatigue
CSA 2019: No sign of survey fatigue
If there was any question about corporates’ focus on sustainability as a strategically important issue, the 2019 SAM Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA) removes all doubt; well over 1,100 companies chose to get assessed on their corporate sustainability performance representing a record 17% increase compared to 2018.
05-08-2019 | Insight
Sustainability Indices: Do Investors Actually Care?
Sustainability Indices: Do Investors Actually Care?
In the face of social, environmental, and financial disruptions, more attention is being paid to corporate social responsibility (CSR) policies, and sustainability benchmarks have multiplied.
01-08-2019 | Insight
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