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    New Simulation Tool for ESG Factors

    Stockholm (NordSIP) – Style Analytics, in collaboration with Sustainalytics, launched a new ESG factor simulation tool that helps investors optimise the impact of ESG within their portfolios. The new tool will simulate a portfolio’s ESG profile based on “contemplated rebalancing” to provide a before- and after- picture of investments.

    Style Analytics is a provider of factor-based portfolio and market analytical tools for investment professionals. Sustainalytics is a global leader in ESG research, ratings and analysis.

    “ESG has become a very important part of investing and we felt the need to enhance our ESG coverage and capabilities,” Sebastien Roussotte, CEO of Style Analytics, commented. “Our collaboration with Sustainalytics has allowed us to create the most insightful ESG portfolio analysis tool on the market. We believe our clients will find real value in the depth and breadth of these new capabilities.”

    This tool is the latest addition to Style Analytics suite of ESG solutions, which includes portfolio ESG guideline monitoring, portfolio-level ESG risk analysis, quick identification of portfolio ‘red-flag’.

    “We are delighted to work with Style Analytics to help bring more in-depth ESG analysis to the market,” Bob Mann, President and Chief Operating Officer of Sustainalytics, said. “With our data integrated into Style Analytics’ range of products and services, investors now have access to a rich set of ESG information to support their portfolio analysis and monitoring activities.”

    The partnership with Sustainalytics allows Style Analytics to improve its portfolio peer-group analysis product, “Peer Insights”, which will use Sustainalytics’ ESG data to compare a portfolio with both a custom peer group and with specific funds, all from an ESG perspective.

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    Filipe Albuquerque
    Filipe is an economist with 8 years of experience in macroeconomic and financial analysis for the Economist Intelligence Unit, the UN World Institute for Development Economic Research, the Stockholm School of Economics and the School of Oriental and African Studies. Filipe holds a MSc in European Political Economy from the LSE and a MSc in Economics from the University of London, where he currently is a PhD candidate.

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