Institutional Investor survey results indicate that financial institutions’ interest in Environmental, Social, and Governance issues has become nearly universal.
EY analysis of 62 of the largest asset managers worldwide shows that most asset managers use between 2 and 5 different providers and some even use up to 10 different third-party vendors to cover their ESG data needs.
Further, clients are cautious about the performance tradeoffs associated with ESG investing.
These investments include multiple datasets, data scientists, quantitative analysts, databases and technology infrastructure.
Many asset management firms can do better by outsourcing the construction of ESG portfolios (and/or overlays) to specialists.
Seeks premier feature selection with option for industry neutrality.
Nonlinear modeling techniques are well-suited for working with ESG datasets.
Through our strategic data partnerships, we can deliver a portfolio unique to your firm – focused on specific dynamics such as carbon emissions and alignment with temperature goals, employee satisfaction, workplace safety, board diversity, human rights — or all of the above.
The objective is to deliver a strong ESG profile with a market-like risk profile and above market return profile.