European Commission Picks FactSet for Risk Data

The EU authority is buying three datasets from the vendor, which it will use to track supply chain risk in the single market.


The European Commission (EC) has purchased three FactSet data feeds to better understand risks linked to global supply chains.

An EU official says the new data feeds “could contribute to a better grasp and understanding of economic links and developments at the micro and sectoral level.”

It is not yet clear if the data will be useful in informing European policy, as the EC is still “assessing FactSet’s datasets,” the official adds, but “the more our [regulatory] proposals are based on real

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