Opening Cross: Do ESG Efforts Represent Climate Change for Index Data?

A flurry of ESG data deals may be a step in a new direction.

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This past week, we've seen a flurry of activity in the ESG space: First, Munich-based Oekom Research struck a deal to incorporate content from Swiss information provider South Pole Group, which provides climate change and carbon footprint data, into its products, to meet investor demand for tools to support climate-related investment strategies. As if seconding this theme, also this week, New York-based Institutional Shareholder Services announced that it is making data from Swiss ESG data

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