Amalthea FS - Climate and environment data hub
- Environmental data
- Verification/certification data
Brief description of the data offering
We offer a data marketplace FIs to search & build their unique source of data for climate regulatory & risk reports.
Seamless integration: Access to data in one centralized hub in a standardized way.
Inventory: Compare data from different sources in the same framework
Coverage: Evaluate book coverage with different sources of data, search for any type of data type (google search type)
Analytics: Benchmark the portfolio based on the sector, or the country, for example, and perform what-if analysis.
Scoring: Access collective feedback on data quality
Risk: Climate stress-tests
The data offers solutions for:
- Carbon footprinting
- Environmental impact analysis and insight
- Investment decisions and portfolio insight
- Nature-based information
- Nature-based information: Biodiversity
- Nature-based information: Land use
- Nature-based information: Oceans
- Nature-based information: Water
- Reporting: CSRD
- Reporting: EU Regulations
- Reporting: Impact
- Reporting: Other Regulations
- Reporting: SFDR
- Reporting: TCFD
- Reporting: TNFD
- Reporting: UN SDGs
- Temperature alignment
- Transition plan assessments
Where and how do you source your data?
We source data globally: all major, specialised and local providers with REST APIs access. We reference all data providers that banks may need to complete their portfolio data coverage by looking at these axes: data type (taxonomy/scope123/temperature alignment/rating/localisation/ etc), geography, and sector. Our coverage is global.
We are a technological pass-through for banks that contract directly with data providers and then build and enrich their own data set.
We are also building a SMEs hub to collect market and estimate data for SMEs.
Who are the data users?
- Financial institutions
What is the cost for your data offering?
Our solution is paid for by data provider access to the marketplace. Banks contract and buy the data from the data providers directly.