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ESG And The Search For A Materiality-Based Alpha

Tracking sustainability and ESG signals in real time

There is a palpable uptick in investor demand for portfolios built on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues. Today, over half of the world’s institutional assets under management ($59 trillion) incorporate ESG criteria in their portfolio or have pledged that they will incorporate ESG criteria in the near future - up 45% in the past four years. 72% of individual investors - especially next generation investors -believe that companies benefit when they focus on sustainability. In fact, multiple studies point out the clear connection between ESG and long-term Corporate Financial Performance (CFP).

However, the massive and steadily growing volume of ESG-related information presents a challenge. Manually reading and analysing volumes of ever-changing unstructured data sources continues to be extremely costly and slow, human analysts inevitably bring a subjective point of view to their undertaking. The methodologies used, analysis and recommendations typically lack transparency. Short-term volatility that significantly impacts a stock is missed using human only-based methods, or reporting happens long after the fact without any actionable or negative impact on the managed portfolio.

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