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 Santiago Exchange and RobecoSAM hold a workshop for elegible companies that participate at the CSA for DJSI MILA 2019


RobecoSAM, S&P DJI and International Finance Corporation, in collaboration with Santiago Exchange, organized a workshop targeting eligible Chilean companies to be evaluated for the Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA) that selects the companies that will compose the Dow Jones Sustainability Mila Pacific Alliance Index 2019 (DJSI Mila).

As part of the selection, companies can answer the CSA, an online questionnaire that provides to RobecoSAM all the information needed to compare the performance of each company in Environment, Social and Governance criteria, and also to help companies understand which sustainability factors are important from an investor’s perspective. May 30 is the deadline for submission of questionnaire and supporting evidence to Robeco SAM.

DJSI MILA is designed to measure best-in- class companies from member countries of the S&P Mila Pacific Alliance Composite Index (Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru), that are leaders in the sustainability arena. At the workshop, Santiago Exchange and Robeco SAM also recognized companies member of the DJSI MILA 2018, such as: BCI, Banco Santander, Inversiones la Construcción, COPEC, Cencosud, Embotelladora Andina, Viña Concha y Toro, CAP, CMPC, Parque Arauco, Falabella, Sonda, Entel, Latam Airlines Group, SAAM, Colbun, Enel Americas y Enel Chile.



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