Access ESG Book's Emissions & Sustainability Data

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ESG Book, a global provider of sustainability data and technology, just announced that its ESG and emissions data can now be accessed through Rimes, a top provider of enterprise data management solutions.

Through this partnership, Rimes' customers will gain access to ESG Book's wide-ranging data resources, which encompass more than 50,000 corporations and comprise both company-level and portfolio-level scores.

Rimes provides investment intelligence and enterprise data management solutions to investors worldwide. Its clients manage more than USD 50 trillion in assets.

Dr Daniel Klier, CEO of ESG Book, said: “Investors worldwide increasingly understand that ESG is a lever of economic value, with global disclosure standards driving ever greater scrutiny of corporate sustainability performance. We are excited to make our data available through Rimes’ platform, which will enable asset managers and institutional investors to access high-quality ESG information for better decision-making and align capital with more sustainable outcomes."

Patrick Walsh, Global Head of Content Management at Rimes, said: “Rimes provides ESG data management solutions to many of the world’s leading asset managers and institutional investors. Our clients are continually reaching out to us to help them find, curate, and standardise the very best sustainability data sources. ESG Book’s solutions are a great addition to our data universe.”

ESG Book's data will now be included in Rimes' extensive ESG data ecosystem, delivered in a secure cloud format and vendor-neutral manner through Rimes' mastering service. Rimes mastering algorithms ensure that all entities and securities in user portfolios are mapped with security identifiers. The data can be utilised for entity mapping, scoring, and data enrichment purposes.

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The current focus on ESG and climate disclosure standards has prompted investors and corporations worldwide to prepare for a series of new rules. Regulators worldwide, such as the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), are finalising regulations that mandate the inclusion of emissions data in corporate financial reports. Additionally, the European Union's Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) is set to have a substantial impact on financial markets in 2023.

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