Winners Grand Prix ALAS20 year 2019
The category, Grand Prix Company ALAS20 and Grand Prix Institution ALAS20 are the most important categories to which a company and an institutional investor in ALAS20 can aspire, since it is granted only to one company and one Latin American investment institution.
In the case of companies, one that demonstrates leadership, consistency, and excellence in the public disclosure of information about their investor relations practices, sustainable development, and corporate governance is recognized.
In the case of investment institutions, one that demonstrates leadership, consistency, and excellence in public disclosure of information on their responsible investment practices, corporate governance, and sustainability research is recognized.
The winning organization of the Grand Prix ALAS20 category was determined by the ALAS20 Organizer, through a systematic evaluation process, which considers only scoring criteria based on empirical evidence of the Technical Evaluation conducted by Vigeo Eiris (in the case of companies) and carried out by GovernArt (in the case of investors). The organizations eligible to be evaluated and eligible to win the Grand Prix ALAS20 category are those that were winners of the ALAS20 Company and ALAS20 Institution category in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru.
Winner of Grand Prix Company ALAS20 2019:
Grand Prix Methodology Company ALAS20
To determine the winning company of the Grand Prix Company ALAS20, weights were given to the results obtained in the categories:
- Leading Sustainability Company, 40%
- Leading Corporate Governance Company, 35%
- Leading Company in Investor Relations, 25%
Winner of Grand Prix Institution ALAS20 2019:
GRUPO SURA (COLOMBIA)
Methodology Grand Prix Institution ALAS20
To determine the winning company of the Grand Prix Institution ALAS20, weights were given to the results obtained in the categories:
- Leading Institution in Responsible Investments, 40%
- Leading Institution in Corporate Governance, 35%
- Leading Institution in Sustainability Research, 25%