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Mutual benefits from multi stakeholders: EIRIS and the GRI  February 13, 2011 – 01:15 pm
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Multi-stakeholder dialogue plays an important part in the development of our global ESG research here at EIRIS. For almost 30 years we have consulted with investors, companies, NGOs, academics, regulatory agencies and membership groups to challenge our own thinking and broaden our understanding of ESG issues.

Experience tell us that dialogue between the multiple stakeholders we work with offers many mutual benefits. The views we seek from external experts inform the development of EIRIS’ research, helping us to keep our fingers on the pulse of new ESG issues whilst complementing the knowledge of EIRIS’ research analysts around the world. At the same time EIRIS’ expertise is also requested by many of the external stakeholder groups we work with who seek authoritative, relevant contributions on ESG and responsible investment issues.

EIRIS’ close relationship with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is a good example of a highly-effective, mutually-beneficial stakeholder arrangement. We have always seen transparency as a key component of corporate sustainability performance and have provided support and insight on ESG issues to the GRI since its inception. EIRIS likewise uses the GRI as a methodological reference within our own research process.

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