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JP Morgan to enhance ESG data access for trading community

The bank is collaborating with RepRisk to provide valuable access to ESG risk data

A leading ESG data science firm RepRisk is closely working with JP Morgan to offer ‘front-office decision makers access’ to ESG risk data through DataQuery. The company offers quantitative risk analytics and proprietary metrics for companies across various sectors and markets around the world.

The collaboration between RepRisk and JP Morgan will build an enhanced trading community with swift access to ESG data. DataQuery is JP Morgan’s flagship multi-asset data and analytics platform. One of the most important features of the platform is the proprietary financial market data from the bank’s research and trading business.

Alexandra Mihailescu Cichon, Executive Vice President Sales and Marketing at RepRisk, told the media, “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 JP 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.”

DataQuery also provides historic time series capabilities, market monitoring, advanced visualisations and much more to clients. Today, the world is highly data-driven and most of the global corporations are competing to get a hold on huge volumes of data for the future. In this context, it is important that data providers capitalise on the opportunity to provide the best-of-breed data for clients across the world.

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