Arabesque S-Ray® is a global data provider that focuses on advisory and data solutions by combining big data and environmental, social and governance (ESG) metrics to assess the performance and sustainability of companies worldwide.
Arabesque S-Ray is a quantitative data tool that analyses the sustainability performance of over 7,000 of the world’s largest listed corporations using self-learning quantitative models and data scores. The quantitative technology of S-Ray enables you to evaluate the alpha impact of sustainability, and our dynamic, daily frequency data products and services are used by some of the world’s leading financial institutions, investors, corporations and consultants.
Arabesque S-Ray systematically combines over 250 environmental, social and governance (ESG) metrics with news signals from over 30,000 sources published in over 170 countries. S-Ray data is calculated and delivered on a daily basis, with historical data starting in 2003.
For this data source, RIMES hosts Arabesque S-Ray ESG scores for approximately 9190 companies.
Scores available from Arabesque S-Ray include:
|— Temperature Score: Evaluating a company’s contribution to the climate crisis, the Temperature Score is S-Ray’s proprietary metric that quantifies the extent to which corporations are contributing to the rise in global temperature through their greenhouse gas emissions. Companies receive a near-term (2030) and long-term (2050) temperature score reflecting the temperature pathways they are on given their current behaviour. This score also comes with indicators to show transparency and ambition of a company to reduce their impact on global warming.
— ESG Score: A sector specific analysis of each company’s performance on financially material environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues. This can be used to identify companies that are more likely to outperform over the long run. An overall ESG score is provided, as well as sub-scores for Environment, Social and Governance. XXXXXXXX
|— GC Score Data: A normative assessment of each company based on the core principles of the United Nations Global Compact. This provides a deeper understanding of reputational risk facing a company. An overall GC score is provided, as well as sub-scores for Human Rights, Labour Rights, Environment and Anti-Corruption.
— Feature Layer: A more granular understanding of a company’s performance on 22 different sustainability topics. The Feature Scores serve as building blocks for our top-level GC and ESG scores.
— Preferences Filter: A binary score (‘zero’ or ‘one’) indicating whether a company’s revenues exceed 5% of total revenues in 11 controversial streams of business involvement, such as alcohol, weapons and gambling.
— Security identifiers: SEDOL, ticker and additional information such as the company country and sector.
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