Risky business: Moody’s attempts to carve out space in overrun ESG market

In the past two years, Moody’s Analytics has acquired four vendors that the ratings specialist hopes to integrate for ESG offerings in a crowded market.

When one thinks of Moody’s, one tends to think of the Investors Service arm, the company’s bond credit rating business. Its sister business, Moody’s Analytics, is working to raise its profile from that narrow perception, primarily through the means of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) research and data.

Moody’s acquired ESG specialists Vigeo Eiris and Four Twenty Seven in 2019, followed by climate and natural disaster risk specialist RMS earlier this month. The company has

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