Atos Maintains “AAA” ESG Rating Following MSCI’s Latest Update

Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, supercomputing, and information technology infrastructure, has achieved the highest available rating for an organization, the prestigious ‘AAA’ awarded by Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) in the latest June 2024 update of the ESG rating. This recognition places Atos among the top 11% of companies in the “Software and Services” sector, highlighting its exceptional performance in all environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) dimensions.

Since 2017, Atos has maintained a leadership position in this rating, demonstrating continuous improvement and a strong commitment to sustainability and excellence in ESG practices. MSCI analysts have emphasized Atos’s ability to effectively manage risks and opportunities related to ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) aspects, with a particular emphasis on its strengths in “Human Capital Development.”

Furthermore, Atos’s data security practices have been consistently highlighted as a key factor in its ESG assessments compared to industry standards. MSCI ESG Research evaluates both public and private companies on a scale ranging from AAA (leader) to CCC (laggard), based on exposure to specific industry ESG risks and the ability to manage these risks compared to peers. This evaluation is vital for institutional investors, as it helps them identify risks and opportunities that traditional investment studies may overlook, as well as being used in the development of MSCI ESG indices.

Atos also holds a prominent position in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) for the IT sector, has been included in the S&P Global Sustainability Yearbook every year since 2016, has received a EcoVadis Platinum Award, and maintains Prime status in ISS’s ESG assessment, among other significant recognitions. With these accomplishments, Atos not only reaffirms its leadership in the sector but also strengthens its commitment towards a sustainable and responsible future.

via: MiMub in Spanish

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