A data answer to how do the world companies impact biodiversity change through their environmental policies, their waste management program, and their water emissions.
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Excel, API, FTP & Datafeed
Asset managers -create unique and differentiated ESG portfolio strategies that align with your investors’ preferences and your firm’s positioning while generating better returns.
Commercial Banks -explain how your recommendations meet your clients’ sustainability preferences by providing them easy to understand, relevant ESG metrics in your communications.
Consultants -support the development of your clients’ ESG policies and methodologies with high-quality data & insights.
Corporates -benchmark your company against your peers in terms of sustainability and understand the data that your investors use to build a fair view of your company.
Fund managers -create funds that reflect your policies on the integration of sustainability risks & impacts in your investment decision-making process or advisory services.
Institutional managers -comply with ESG regulatory requirements and provide confidence to your clients that require greater transparency around climate change.
Risk managers -derive climate risk-mitigating strategies by adjusting your exposure to certain companies and sectors.
Engaged investors -build persuasive arguments to engage effectively with corporates to raise awareness about their insufficient level of disclosures or non-compliance with key disclosure frameworks.
Researchers -empower your research with the industry’s broadest ESG content set and convince decision makers with empirical facts and findings.
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