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MetaVu and CRD Analytics to Present 6th Quarterly Analyst Call on December 20, 2012

Submitted by: MetaVu, Inc.

Categories: Socially Responsible Investing, Sustainability

Posted: Dec 07, 2012 – 04:42 PM EST

 

MetaVu and CRD Analytics, along with special guest Sandy Nessing, Managing Director of Sustainability for American Electric Power, will address questions related to SDROI, or sustainable development return on investment, and more during the 6th Quarterly Analyst Call (QAC), on December 20th.

The call is presented in association with technology sponsor Enablon, strategic partner CSRwire, and broadcast live from the University of Denver. To learn more and to register, visit www.thechangingesglandscape.com.

Michael Muyot from CRD Analytics, a provider of independent sustainability investment analytics, and Mark Serwinowski from MetaVu, a sustainability performance advisory firm, will discuss the latest SDROI developments in the News segment.

A deeper evaluation in the Analysis segment will follow, featuring guest Sandy Nessing.

The broadcast will conclude with a Q&A with Sandy and the hosts, which listeners can participate in by tweeting questions and insights to #SDROI.

The previous four QACs have set the stage for explaining SDROI and its value in today’s rapidly changing landscape of reporting on ESG performance. Additional topics during the broadcast include next generation sustainable development and integrated reporting frameworks, leading performance indicators as a predictive measure of risks and opportunities in the supply chain, and further signs of the mainstreaming of sustainable investing.

The only analyst-presented, regular event of its kind, the QACs address the rapid evolution of sustainability indexes, ratings, and ESG investing. The calls provide actionable insights for corporate IRO, CFO, CEO and CSO’s and external ESG and SRI analysts / advisors being challenged with a near future when fully integrated reporting is not an option, but required.

The QACs have attracted hundreds of leading companies across all sectors to learn and exchange ideas on the value of sustainable development. Says Jeff Hogue, Senior Director of Sustainability at McDonald’s Corporation, "The Changing ESG Landscape is a new and critical venue to keep current with developments in the SRI/ESG universe and a credible convener of impressive ESG panelists and thought leaders. The platform successfully provides a balanced assessment of the current state of play, with a window on emerging indices, ratings and initiatives critical to corporate ESG and sustainability reporting strategies. I have found the webcasts informative and interactive, providing an additional means for dialogue with the investment community."

About CRD Analytics

CRD Analytics is a leading provider of independent sustainability investment analytics. Using its proprietary SmartView® 360 Platform, CRD Analytics empowers its clients with actionable and performance-driven information distilled from large sets of complex data including financial, environmental, social, governance, brand perception and reputational risk. Connect with CRD Analytics on Twitter and LinkedIn.

About MetaVu

MetaVu simplifies the complexity of investing in sustainability and empowers executives to choose investment strategies best for their business. A recognized leader in sustainable development, MetaVu’s advisory services and subscription products help companies innovate their business model and products leveraging sustainability as a strategy for value creation. Connect with MetaVu on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

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