Financially Material: SASB’s mission is to help businesses around the world identify, manage and report on the sustainability topics that matter most to their investors.
SASB connects businesses and investors on the financial impacts of sustainability.
Market Informed: SASB standards are developed based on extensive feedback from companies, investors, and other market participants as part of a transparent, publicly-documented process.
Industry Specific: SASB standards differ by industry, enabling investors and companies to compare performance from company to company within an industry.
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Meet A Few Of Our Supporters
Carine Smith Ihenacho, Chief Corporate Governance
Officer, Norges Bank Investment Management
“As a long-term, universal investor, we have an interest in sustainable development. We urge for standardized, concrete and relevant sustainability data and we ask companies to go from words to numbers – because what gets measured gets managed. We welcome SASB’s work in developing industry-based standards for improved sustainability reporting.”
Head of Sustainability, JetBlue
JetBlue started reporting with SASB Standards in 2017 as a new way to meet their investors’ needs. As Sophia Mendelsohn, Head of Sustainability puts it: “The SASB standard for the airline industry offered a reporting solution for us, as it allowed us to better target investors by focusing on the ESG metrics material to our industry, rather than reporting on broad metrics that are less applicable to aviation.”
Walter Viguiliouk, Principal,
Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan
“The SASB community is strengthening our capital markets by improving investor access to material, decision useful information. Leading to better capital allocation decisions and long term value creation.”