Sacyr improves its scores on sustainability ratings. MSCI and S&P, two of the most relevant rating agencies in the world, acknowledge the progress achieved by Sacyr in this matter. Sacyr improves its MSCI rating to an “A” score from a “BBB” score, highlighting Sacyr’s commitment to sustainability. MSCI measures companies’ resilience to ESG risks in the long term. In the “Governance” chapter, MSCI highlights Sacyr’s board of directors’ independence as a solid organ supervising the management committee. This, in turn, solidifies the company’s efforts on Health and Safety standards.
On their end, S&P gave Sacyr a 68-point score on the Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA), situating the company in the 98th percentile of the best companies in the sector; a significant improvement compared to previous years. This assessment observes the company’s strategy and performance, as well as its ability to face future ESG risks and opportunities linked to relevant issues such as climate-change, the circular economy, or human rights.
Commitment to sustainability
Sacyr situates sustainability as the axis core of its strategy, and it is one of the five pillars in its Strategic Plan. The P3 development company sets high ESG improvement standards for itself and creates a positive impact in all its operations. Sustainalytics ESG Risk Rating has rated Sacyr as low-risk and situates it as the best company in its sector in Spain. On their end, CDP gave Sacyr an “A” score, the highest possible in climate change fighting practices.