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Moody’s Expands ESG Credit Ratings to More Industries

Moody’s Investors Service has widened its coverage of ESG credit risk scores to industries including oil and gas, utilities, semiconductors and financial services. The rating company offers issuer profile scores for 1,700 borrowers including companies, nations and regional entities, measuring their exposure to ESG-related risks. It also provides credit impact scores, which give an indication of the impact those ESG measures have on an issuer’s credit rating. Each gauge is expressed on a five-point scale.

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