Research Process

Country Investment Research Process

As part of our country governance research process, the Sustainable Wealth Creation principles are divided into twelve Economic Standards. These standards were established by determining how the desirable conditions embodied in the principles can be evaluated in these themes.

12 Economic Standards

Economic Standards

The process of researching Qualitative Sovereign Factors involves determining each country’s level of intent to abide by each factor, and most importantly, the actual level of adherence by all of the relevant institutions within the country. The process is designed to apply third-party standards of intention and behavior so that all countries are measured on a uniform scale.Each Economic Standard covers multiple topics and we split the Economic Standards into 280 Qualitative Sovereign Factors.

In order to convert each Qualitative Sovereign Factor into investible quantitative scores, Magni employs a uniform objective scale that is applied to all the factors. This common, clear, and simple scale helps make the country governance research reasonably objective and is designed to minimize distortions attributable to analytical biases.

Disciplined Research Process

Repeatable Global investment research process

Company Governance Research Process

As part of our company governance research process, the Sustainable Value Creation principles are divided into nine company themes.

Company Themes

Each theme includes multiple questions totaling 316 qualitative factors in the Magni Corporate Governance Assessment.

The process of researching qualitative factors involves determining each company’s level of intent to abide by each factor and the actual level of adherence. The process uses publicly available information so that all companies are measured in a uniform manner.

In order to convert each question into investible quantitative scores, Magni employs a uniform objective scale. This common, clear, and simple scale helps make the company governance research reasonably objective and is designed to minimize distortions attributable to analytical biases.

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