Standards & Frameworks
The team at Rimm is consistently updating the standards and frameworks in our platform to ensure that all companies are able to work towards their sustainability goals.
GRI is a widely used and reputable reporting framework that enables all organizations to understand and report their impacts on ESG. Utilizing using a standardized format, it enables comparison across companies, increasing organizational accountability.
The GRI Standards are used by Rimm Sustainability under licensed authority from GRI. GRI, as Licensor of the copyright in the GRI Standards, verified and validated the authentic and accurate representation of the GRI Standards in Rimm’s platform solutions, myCSO and manage+. This verification was limited to ensuring the maintenance of the integrity, authenticity and accuracy of the Licensed Content. GRI therefore makes no implied or actual representations or warranties as to the correctness, compliance, trustworthiness, fitness of purpose or quality of Rimm’s platform solutions, myCSO and manage+ or any products resulting therefrom; or of Licensee’s use of the GRI copyrighted content; and expressly disclaims any implied or express representations that any report produced by Licensee meets the standards of an approved GRI Standards Report.
TCFD is a key disclosure framework that is designed to be adopted across various industries and jurisdictions, to bring transparency to companies’ climate-related risks. By gathering decision-useful, forward-looking information from companies in a standardized format, stakeholders are more informed about how climate risks translate into financial risks.
The UN SDGs are a set of guiding frameworks that aims to provide a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet.
SFDR is a European Union (EU) regulation directed towards Financial market participants (FMPS), organizations that fall within several financial services industries, including private as well as public companies. It aims to increase transparency around financial products and provide standardized disclosures on how ESG factors are regulated.
The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) is an initiative by the European Commission requiring companies to report on how their activities impact the environment and society, while also considering how sustainability matters impact them. CSRD builds upon the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS), have disclosures that are both industry-agnostic and industry-specific, and pays particular attention to the social aspects of sustainability,
The ESG Data Convergence Initiative was created by a group of general partners (GPs) and limited partners (LPs) to establish a standardized set of environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) metrics that can be used to compare the performance of their portfolio companies.
Exchanges we support
Key stock exchanges that our assessments support to ensure that compliance is easy and straightforward.
From calendar year 2023, onwards, SGX is introducing mandatory climate reporting for its issuers. SGX recommends TCFD Recommendations for climate-based disclosures, and sugests several globally-recognised frameworks and disclosure practices to guide issuers in all other sustainability-related disclosures.
Being one of the larger bourses in ASEAN, Bursa operates and regulates a fully integrated exchange offering a comprehensive range of exchange-related facilities including listing, trading, clearing settlement and depository services.