|Title:||Revision every 18 months|
|Date of publishing:||September 20, 2011|
|Also available in the following languages:||Dutch, French|
Revision every 18 months
When assigning ratings Forum ETHIBEL also takes account of the dynamics of an organisation:besides the actual situation, the efforts already made by the company and the potential evolution is also considered.Nevertheless, rating still mainly remains a snapshot at a given moment.Therefore, it is important to regularly screen the companies in the Investment Register.This revision takes place every 18 months.The approach is entirely the same as in the first assessment (checking whether the company is eligible for inclusion in the Investment Register).As a result of the revision a company can be removed from the Investment Register.
Every assessment takes place at industry level.Therefore, it is possible that as a result of an assessment with regard to one company, other companies from the same industry are also assessed (i.e. removed or added, or inclusion in the Investment Register confirmed).Every removal or addition will be published.
- Which companies are eligible to be included in the Investment Register?
- Who decides whether a company is included in the Investment Register?
- Separation of assessment and selection guarantees quality
- How is the Investment Register composed? Schematic overview
- Investment Register accessible for everyone upon identification
- Consult the Investment Register
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