Coriolis - Kosmos - Governance data
Brief description of the data offering
We provide information on sanctioned persons or entities. The data can be provided through a lookup function (where a name is entered and the function returns any likely matches), or or assessed automatically for economic activity (aggregate information), business sector (aggregate information), individual business, individual people, and specific goods.
We can also provide board and shareholder gender diversity information estimates.
Any good’s dual use status via HS code and product-level risk assessments for controversial weapons exposure, assessed at economic activity, business sector and individual business level. Product-level risk assessments for controversial weapons exposure.
Assessments on the business requirements to comply with the EU Taxonomy and Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulations, and a business’ ranking against the regulations via their NACE activity.
The data offers solutions for:
- Reporting: CSRD
- Reporting: EU Regulations
- Reporting: Impact
- Reporting: SFDR
- Reporting: TCFD
- Reporting: UN SDGs
Where and how do you source your data?
Sources for this governance data are various national & supranational sanctions lists, including UK, EU, UN, US and OFAC. We also source data for business level information (such as gender diversity) from Bureau van Dijk.
We also have our own, self-collated business database from self-reporting by businesses.
Data displayed across our technology platforms is verified against several data sources including the Bureau van Dijk database of 350m companies worldwide, the Open Corporates database of 180m companies worldwide, Dun & Bradstreet, and the GLEIF database. Our technology is also powered by data from UN Comtrade, Bill of Lading for 42 countries, UK Trade Info and Intrastat, Customs & Excise data for each individual country, OECD, and WTO.
Who are the data users?
- Financial institutions
What is the cost for your data offering?
Price for each data platform varies.