Corporate Sustainability Index (ISE)

  • The index


    The Corporate Sustainability Index (ISE), a groundbreaking initiative in Latin America, is designed to create an investment environment compatible with contemporary society’s need for sustainable development and to encourage corporations to be ethically responsible. Its launch in 2005 was supported by the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the World Bank’s private sector arm. Its methodology was designed by Fundação Getulio Vargas’s Sustainability Research Center (FGVCes) and B3.

    The ISE is a tool for comparative analysis of the performance of the companies listed on B3 from the standpoint of corporate sustainability, based on economic efficiency, environmental equilibrium, social justice and corporate governance. It also enhances public understanding of companies and groups committed to sustainability, differentiating them in terms of quality, level of commitment to sustainable development, equity, transparency and accountability, and the nature of their products, as well as business performance in the economic, financial, social, environmental and climate change dimensions.

    Currently, the Board of Governors (CISE) is composed of eleven institutions:


    Index portfolio 2018/2019

    Index portfolio 2017/2018

    Index portfolio 2016/2017

    Index portfolio 2015/2016

    Index portfolio 2014/2015

    Index portfolio 2013/2014

    Index portfolio 2012/2013

    Index portfolio 2011/2012

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