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General information on the CSA

The SAM Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA) forms the foundation of integrating financially material sustainability information into investment decision. It allows to proactively engage companies on sustainability topics that drive business performance and help them manage long-term risks.

Sustainability challenges are shaping companies’ competitive landscape. Companies that take the lead in seizing opportunities and managing risks associated with these challenges are best-positioned to outperform their peers. The CSA evaluates companies’ quality of management and future performance potential. Sustainability integration forms the core of an ESG focused investment philosophy, and we are driven to help companies make it part of their corporate DNA.

Use of CSA results

Use of CSA results

Indices, asset management, investor relations toolkit and ESG linked loans
About the CSA

About the CSA

Key facts about the Corporate Sustainability Assessment
DJSI/CSA Annual Review 2018

DJSI/CSA Annual Review 2018

Learn about key results, industry, DJSI component lists

CSA Methodology

CSA Methodology

Access updates, webcasts, guidebooks

Asia Status Report 2018
Asia Status Report 2018
Asian companies outperform the global average in terms of their sustainability management, SAM’s Asia Status Report 2018 reveals.
13-03-2019 | Article
“Rate the Raters” 2019: Global companies value RobecoSAM CSA as the most useful rating tool
“Rate the Raters” 2019: Global companies value RobecoSAM CSA as the most useful rating tool
Faced with a choice of over 600 ESG ratings globally, companies need clear yardsticks to select the best tool to inform their sustainability strategy and communicate their sustainability performance and progress to investors and other stakeholders.
12-03-2019 | Article
ESG meets Investor Relations: demonstrating the business value of sustainability
ESG meets Investor Relations: demonstrating the business value of sustainability
Research is increasingly showing that companies which do not integrate environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors into their business strategy put their long-term competitiveness at risk.
26-02-2019 | Article