M&E Research & Studies

Connecting excellent management with financial performance

page2-img1M&E conducts regular research on topics related to sustainable management. In each case, this research is associated with the relationship between management performance and financial results, which is at the core of all M&E services and projects.

See examples of publicly available M&E research below:

July 2020, Global Executive Survey on Digital Infrastructure, IJGlobal and M&E Global

June 2017, Governance Discount Rates for 5 Brazilian blue chips corporations, including Banco Itaú

May 2017, The ROI of Maintenance Training (for Pratt & Whitney)

2015, 2016 & 2017 Outlook for Legal Issues in Brazil (for TozziniFreire, with LatinFinance) (January 2015, 2016 & 2017)

Socially Responsible Investing Worldwide and in Latin America (November 2014)

Latin American Stars Index (July/August 2014)

Chinese Internet Companies (May 2014)

Hong Kong Insurance Companies (January 2014)

Investor Survey of 6 Latin American Sectors for Itau (July 2013)

Investor Survey of the Latin American Banking Sector (November/December 2012)


ESG Financial Advisory

M&E was the first to publish ethics ratings in 2002, and since then has pioneered calculating the financial impacts of ESG for companies and investors. The long term outperformance of our Brazil and Hong Stars Indexes is public proof of the effectiveness of M&E´s proprietary ESG methods.

SMART ROI™ of Human Processes

SMART ROI ™ accurately calculates and raises the Return on Investment of human capital processes of all kinds, ranging from aviation maintenance training to digital systems, corporate culture, governance, IR, certification, marketing and CSR. SMART ROI™ is a registered trademark used on over 130 client projects with a total volume of $5 billion. SMART ROI™ is registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Washington, DC. See our SMART ROI ™ website: www.smart-roi.com.

Digital Infrastructure Advisory™

M&E Global offers two services in infrastructure: 1) Investment promotion in digital infrastructure. Digital infrastructure is potentially a $3 trillion market and a mega trend strongly supported by the lessons learned from the Covid19 crisis. 2) Value for Risk VfR calculates the political, social, legal and lifecycle risks of infrastructure projects. Value for Risk calculates and balances risks within PPP´s, making them predictable investments for all stakeholders.