AK&M Rating Agency presents the second rating of responsibility to the society of the largest Russian companies

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AK&M 28 September 2022 15:54

AK&M Rating Agency presents the second rating of responsibility to the society of the largest Russian companies. The evaluation list includes 48 companies with the best practices of sustainable development.

The rating includes companies that claim to follow the principles of sustainable development and disclose ESG information in their reports.

It is important for society to know and support in every possible way the activities of enterprises that direct a significant share of their income to the needs of society, residents and the state. The purpose of the rating is to show the companies that bring the greatest benefit through the payment of taxes, remuneration of employees, support of social projects.

The assessment of responsibility to society is based on ranking the best companies by the share of social costs (paid wages, taxes and charity) in the revenue of companies.

To compile the rating, the agency used open data of companies for 2021 – annual reports, sustainability reports, consolidated financial statements, as well as data obtained from the organizations themselves through questionnaires.

The leaders of the rating according to the results of 2021:

Ferrous metallurgy – Metalloinvest, OMK, Evraz.

Non–ferrous metallurgy and mining - Norilsk Nickel, Polymetal, Polyus.

Power engineering – Tatenergo, Unipro, OGK-2.

Power grids - Rosseti Center, Rosseti Northwest, BESK.

Chemistry and petrochemistry – Phosagro, Uralkali, KuibyshevAzot.

Oil and gas industry – Tatneft, Rosneft, Gazprom.

Transport – Russian Railways, FPC, Aeroflot.

Communications and Information Technologies – Russian Post, Rostelecom, VK.

The leaders among the largest holdings are Russian Post, Tatneft, Russian Railways.

The full results of the rating can be found on the website of the AK&M Rating Agency.

The rating of responsibility to society has been published by the AK&M Rating Agency since 2021.

The calculation methodology can be found on the website of the AK&M Rating Agency.