We select the stocks that will make part of the portfolios from the best options shown by the ESG methodology of the analysis team, considering ESG factors, financial/economic sustainability and potential upside.
Due to the different needs of the credit and stock areas, the methodology for incorporating ESG (Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance) aspects into the analyzes is divided into two main groups: general indicators and specific indicators. The general indicators were segmented into four distinct pillars, encompassing issues related to the governance structure, social and environmental aspects and the company's positioning in relation to sustainability indices, as well as its alignment with the GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) standard involving the analysis of themes such as: natural resources, biodiversity, solid waste treatment, liquid effluents, atmospheric emissions, labor rights, human rights, among others. The specific indicators were defined according to the needs of each area. The evaluations and their results, in ranking form, are made available to managers so that they can apply in their processes, analysis and decision making of investments, practices that favor the integration of environmental, social and corporate governance issues