Sacyr is the most sustainable company in the infrastructure and construction sector in Spain for the second consecutive year, according to Sustainalytics’ ESG Risk Rating assessment.
Sacyr has improved its rank in this year’s edition of Sustainalytics and has situated itself in the ‘Negligible’ risk level (the lowest), managing to reduce risk by 2.1 points compared to the rating obtained in 2021, up to 18.7 points.
This rating assesses the sustainability performance of more than 12,000 companies internationally. The ESG criteria analyzed include environmental, social, and corporate governance aspects of companies.
Sacyr ranks fourth out of the 306 infrastructure companies analyzed globally by this agency. It also ranks first place among companies within the US$1.6 billion to US$1.8 billion market cap range.
On a European level, Sacyr ranks third place, only behind Arcadis NV (Netherlands) and Instalco AB (Sweden).
This assessment by Sustainalytics, one of the benchmark sustainability agencies, endorses the roadmap set in the 2021-2025 Strategic Plan.
This plan positions Sacyr as an industry leader with a sustainable and innovative value proposal, which supports the development of the societies where it operates and contributes to the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda.
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