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Homepage / Introducing… Bloomberg Environmental Social Governance (ESG)

Introducing… Bloomberg Environmental Social Governance (ESG)


Those of you interested in working with ESG will want to check out Bloomberg’s latest e-learning package on the topic.  Access Bloomberg via the terminals in the SOM Library.

To start the course, if you haven’t already done so, you will first need to create a Bloomberg account.  Learn more about how to do this here.

Then, once logged onto a terminal, to access Bloomberg’s e-learning packages type BCER <Go>.  This command will take you to the Bloomberg certification page.

Bloomberg Certification (BCER) currently provides access to two e-learning courses. In order to access either of these you will need to sign up on this page. Signing up will create your e-learning login details which are separate from your Bloomberg terminal login.

The two certificated courses available are:

  • BMC (Bloomberg Market Concepts) – which provides an introduction to the global economy and financial markets and is described more fully in our earlier blog post.
  • ESG (Environmental Social Governance) – which provides learners with information on how to implement ESG strategies and prepare ESG reports for regulators.

The ESG course is made up of several modules :

  • Introduction to ESG & Sustainable Finance
  • Researching & Adopting ESG
  • Negative Exclusionary Screening and Positive Screening
  • ESG Integration-Fixed Income
  • ESG Integration- Equities
  • Corporate Governance & Shareholder Activism
  • Reporting Sustainability Activities

Each module will take approx 1 hour to complete and, like the BMC,  on completion a digital certificate will be available to add to your CV.

If you are more interested in sources for researching ESG, have a look at our posts on ESG data in Workspace and ESG data in Bloomberg.

If you have any further questions about ESG or BCER, please do get in touch.

Tracey Nunn

Written By: Tracey Nunn

A Business Librarian since 2006, Tracey leads support for taught MSc courses in the School of Management Library.

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