Linedata rolls out integrated ESG data solution with Arabesque S-Ray
By Megha Bhattacharya
Credit and asset management technology provider Linedata today announced that will be integrating Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) data into asset managers’ workflows through collaboration with leading independent provider Arabesque S-Ray. Arabesque S-Ray’s quantitative data tool directly integrates with Linedata’s portfolio and order management solutions for unparalleled ease of use. It is available to Linedata clients in Europe, Asia, and North America.
“We believe economic value creation can go hand in hand with environmental stewardship, social inclusion, and sound governance,” noted Georg Kell, Chairman of the Arabesque Group, and founding Executive Director of the United Nations Global Compact. “Our agreement with Linedata empowers more asset managers to make better decisions for a sustainable future.”
ESG data insights enable users to score, rebalance, and create new ESG portfolio strategies, products, and workflows, integrate ESG factors into pre- and post-trade Compliance at asset and fund level and manage regulatory and investor transparency and reporting with dashboards, screening, and monitoring tools.
“Linedata is committed to helping market participants to make more and better ESG driven decisions. With sustainable fund assets hitting a record $1.7 trillion in 20201, asset managers recognize ethical and sustainable funds as a major growth opportunity,” said Gary Brackenridge, Linedata’s Global Head of Asset Management. “The combination of Arabesque’s market-leading ESG data seamlessly integrated into Linedata’s cloud-based portfolio workflows with a unique usage model fits with what we know clients are looking for: commercial flexibility, high-value content and excellent user experience.”
Recently, Linedata has announced a new partnership with the analytics platform Invisage. The collaboration will enable Linedata’s global fund managers to track their research performance using Invisage’s solution. The fund managers can reduce spend on research under MiFID II rules and inform investment strategy for generating alpha.
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