The UN PRI is a globally recognized initiative dedicated to integrating ESG issues into investment processes and the exercise of responsible ownership practices through an established framework of best practices.
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For its customers, Thomson Reuters promotes the widespread adoption of ESG data into mainstream financial analysis. Through acquisitions of founding signatory ASSET4 in November 2009 and Point Carbon in May 2010, Thomson Reuters is meeting the needs of its equity and fixed income clients globally who are increasingly looking to integrate ESG factors into their financial decisions. With over 125 analysts collecting data from a universe of over 3,200 public companies, the depth, breadth and transparency of Thomson Reuters ESG data is unsurpassed in the industry.