Optimize your ESG investing processes with access to timely and comprehensive research supported by robust screening, reporting and portfolio monitoring tools through a single, web-based platform.
Sustainalytics’ Global Access is our client platform for accessing most of our core research and data products, including our flagship ESG Risk Ratings and Research. This user-friendly interface includes functionalities that enable clients to retrieve detailed company reports with qualitative analyses, screen companies on ESG criteria for security selection and product creation and run custom reports to communicate ESG performance. Clients subscribing to our Engagement Services can find all company-specific engagement reports and information. With the alerts functionality, clients can monitor their portfolios for ESG incidents and controversies.
Functionality available on Global Access
Access Timely, Comprehensive Research
Easily view overall, and indicator-specific, quantitative ESG and corporate governance data and read our qualitative analysts’ views
Identify controversial companies, see geographic distribution of incidents and read qualitative analyses with analysts’ outlook
Understand the nature and level of each company’s involvement in a range of controversial products and business activities
Identify companies deriving revenue from sustainable products and services
Screening and Reporting
Robust Screening & Reporting Tools
Quickly and easily create custom screens and reports based on client mandates and/or your firm’s investment guidelines
Filter companies based on a broad range of ESG criteria with a robust screening tool
View filtered results on-screen, create investable universes based on screening criteria, and export results to Excel
Create custom Excel and .csv reports using our full range of research and analysis with an easy-to-use report generation tool
Track holdings with the Portfolio Management and Monitoring Tools
Easily integrate and manage your customized portfolios
Monitor the ESG performance of your holdings
Import, amend, and share portfolios through Global Access’ portfolio management feature
Receive semi-monthly email alerts on ESG-related incidents and events that may pose portfolio risk
Measure your portfolio’s ESG performance against a benchmark of your choice using our portfolio reports option
Real-time Updates on Corporate Engagements
Quickly access real-time Engagement information with full transparency, including meeting minutes and transcripts
Proactively address specific ESG issues within portfolio companies, ranging from climate and child labor to plastics and cybersecurity
Promote and protect long-term shareholder value by engaging with high-risk companies on their financially material ESG issues
A Single Market Standard
Consistent approach to ESG assessments across the investment spectrum.
Award-Winning Research and Data
Firm recognized as Best ESG Research and Data Provider by Environmental Finance and Investment Week.
End-to-End ESG Solutions
ESG products and services that serve the entire investment value chain.
25+ Years ESG Expertise
350+ ESG research analysts across our global offices.
Largest Second-Party Opinion Provider
As recognized by Environmental Finance and the Climate Bonds Initiative.
Related Insights and Resources
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Research shows that Property & Casualty insurance underwriters are not accurately pricing climate risks, and US government policy and program decisions are proving to be unsustainable. In our most recent blog, Justin Cheng talks about the resulting premium pricing corrections in the wake of intensifying extreme weather events. With this trend, a significant number of US homeowners are unable to obtain property insurance while taxpayers take on the increased cost of climate risk.
Is there a price to be paid for ESG Investing?
With a growing awareness around sustainability issues and accelerating regulatory developments in Europe, sustainable finance is one of the most significant talking points of our time. But what does sustainability investing mean for stakeholders and what are the resulting challenges? What’s more, what kind of impact does this have on a company’s mid to long-term strategy as well as its short-term profitability? By bringing together representatives from the regulatory side, the financial industry, the non-financial industry and an independent advisory firm, we aim to take a closer look at the consequences for the corporate world and answer a key question - is there a price to be paid for investing in ESG companies?