JPMorgan Adds RepRisk ESG Data into Institutional Trading and Research Analytics Platform
ESG data science company RepRisk announced today that JPMorgan will offer RepRisk’s ESG risk data on its flagship multi-asset data and analytics platform, DataQuery.
RepRisk is a data science company, that uses a combination of machine learning and human intelligence to offer quantitative risk analytics and proprietary metrics for more than 150,000 public and private companies, covering every global sector and market. The RepRisk ESG data covers a broad range of issues, including human rights, labor practices, corruption and the environment.
DataQuery is JPMorgan’s multi-asset data and analytics application for institutional clients. The platform features proprietary financial market data from the bank’s leading Research and Trading businesses and is evolving with the addition of trusted providers in its data marketplace, such as RepRisk. DataQuery provides clients with historical time series capabilities, market monitoring, advanced visualisations, and data extraction across channels.
Alexandra Mihailescu Cichon, Executive Vice President Sales and Marketing at RepRisk, said:
“We are thrilled to be the latest addition to DataQuery as it further expands and evolves its valuable access to ESG risk data. RepRisk systematically identifies and assesses material ESG risks, providing actionable market insights for industry professionals. Offering our data via J.P. Morgan’s DataQuery will provide users with risk-focused data for risk management, portfolio optimization, and alpha generation. Additionally, it marks the growing momentum of ESG integration in the industry as a whole.”
Richard Crozier, Head of Product for Data and Analytics at JPMorgan’s Securities Services, said:
“In an ever increasingly data-driven world, offering clients the choice of best-of-breed data providers through a seamless experience is crucial. We are excited to have RepRisk on the DataQuery platform, allowing us to present a streamlined way for clients to integrate ESG factors into their investment strategies.”