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BMJ Ratings Monaco 2010, Method and results

25-11-2010 -

A strict and recognised working method / methodology

BMJ Ratings is an agency specialised in extra-financial assessments enlisted by companies and public organisations.
The rating model used by BMJ Ratings (Urbi Valor ®) makes it possible to assess sustainable development performance incorporating the challenges specific to each organisation. The assessment report identifies strong and weak points and also areas for improvement, including recommendations.

The Urbi Valor ® model examines 7 management principles: political commitment, organisation of responsibility, information transparency, commitment of stakeholders, independent auditing, innovation and long-term vision.

They are cross-referenced with 6 main areas: property development, transport and security, energy and climate change, water and fluid issues, waste and recycling, and biodiversity.

Rating scale
    This rating scale comprises of 10 performance levels: from C (>10) to AAA (>90) with A (>70) and AA (>80).

    And 5 possible trends: from - - (high anticipated risk) to ++ (high ability to progress) with + (ability to progress).

    Assessment of SD performance per management principle

    Political commitment 81/100
    Organisation of responsibility 78/100
    Information transparency 79/100
    Commitment of stakeholders 83/100
    Independent auditing 78/100
    Innovation 61/100
    Long-term vision 71/100
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