Start-ups and non-traditional data providers are exploiting niches where investment professionals can't rely on ratings.
The asset manager is using machine learning to estimate carbon footprints for companies that do not report emissions.
Waters Wavelength Podcast Interview Series: PanAgora’s George Mussalli and Mike Chen hit on topics including building predictive models using point-in-time data, and balancing ESG portfolios.
Mary-Catherine Lader says that the asset manager is building out new modeling tools to help users better understand how the decisions a company makes today can affect their performance in the future.
The exchange's ESG Footprint converts ESG data into everyday metrics to show investors the impact of their portfolios.
Investment firms need data to meet upcoming regulatory requirements. But corporates aren't making this data available in high enough quantity or quality.
The asset manager has adopted materiality tools, industry handbooks, and NLP techniques to help navigate ESG data limitations.
The research provider will release a dashboard that decouples and drills down into the E, S, and G factors of ESG.
The bank's securities services division will provide a PDF report to buy-side clients with ratings and emissions data, showing the performance of large holdings over time.
Execs From UBS AM, Lazard AM, DWS, and East Capital look at incorporating ESG data into their investment practices for more holistic views of risk and opportunity.
Ratings providers must update their products, as a raft of new regulation drives transparency in the sustainable investing sector.
ICE Data Services says investors can access its reference data subscription later this year to build out their ESG strategies.
The bank sees opportunity in providing more in-depth, quantitative data on a larger universe of ESG factors.
Machine learning can tell stories from large datasets to drive alpha, say quants.
As ESG data becomes more of a commodity, firms are struggling with how best to incorporate carbon data.
The ESG space is growing rapidly and gaining more attention, but one area that has been largely ignored by data providers is that of ESG information specific to fixed-income investors.
While ESG data is gaining prominence, institutional investors are increasingly looking to incorporate climate change information into the portfolio construction process.
Database will provide information about companies' carbon exposure risk for investors in South Korean companies.
Carbon Market Data, a London-based provider of databases and analytics covering carbon usage and production, has released a new South Korea ETS (Emissions Trading Scheme) Database, which provides information on the 525 South Korean companies…
London-based emissions data vendor Carbon Market Data has launched a new database of Kazakh companies and their carbon emissions, to provide its clients with information on the country's emissions trading scheme, which started in January 2013.
The new version of the database contains aviation emission data recently issued by the European Commission