Coriolis - Kosmos - Ratings
Brief description of the data offering
We have developed a unique approach to giving an ESG rating (or passport) to any business anywhere in the world irrespective of size. This passport is product-based rather than company-based. The tool provides an automatic independently derived score aligned to the EU Taxonomy regulation, the UN SDGs and dual-use goods.
The data that is assessed and ultimately given an ESG rating include data points:
- Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions
- GHG Emissions Carbon Dioxide
- UN SDG Tracking
- Dual Use Goods
- Gender Diversity
- Exposure to controversial weapons
- EU Taxonomy
There are currently no standards that allow financial institutions to properly assess the entirety of the sustainability performance or rating of all business activity, leaving the industry open to accusations of greenwashing.
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?
Data is sourced from our proprietary platform. We use data sources including Bureau van Dijk, the Open Corporates database, Dun & Bradstreet, and the GLEIF database. We source data from UN Comtrade, Bill of Lading, UK Trade Info and Intrastat, Customs & Excise, OECD, WTO, SDG mapping, News APIs, Climate Changes APIs and Sustainability APIs.
The initial pilot was developed with an ESG working group, involving financial services and trade organisations. The data collected in the pilot was sourced to test the functionality of the product into working scenarios in involved companies. From this, the data captured will add greater country, supply chain, and company level granularity to provide a comprehensive and standardised automated score.
Who are the data users?
- Financial institutions
What is the cost for your data offering?
Price for each data platform varies.