Responsible investing is increasingly seen as an effective way to mitigate risk while improving l...
Responsible investing is increasingly seen as an effective way to mitigate risk while improving long-term returns. The challenge for institutional investors is how best to source, analyze and implement the environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) data needed to unlock these benefits in full.
This is no easy task. There’s a rapidly growing number of data providers supplying ESG ratings or scores, underlying ESG metrics and ESG style indexes. Because any one of these could be an important element of a successful investment strategy, firms need to ensure they’re able to source, normalize and implement ESG data at scale in their research, analysis, investing and reporting functions. Organizations that choose to do this in-house face a hugely time consuming and resource intensive process.
With demand for ESG data bigger than ever, RIMES is committed to providing industry leading coverage and content inventory to clients in the institutional investment community.
Being in direct communication with a number of ESG providers sourced from RIMES’ 500-strong partnership ecosystem and with several more in the pipeline, RIMES has developed the industry’s most comprehensive library of ratings, scores, fundamental data and indices covering a broad range of asset classes, countries and industry sectors.
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