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RepRisk’s mission is transparency, empowering our clients to make better, more informed decisions.

The materiality of ESG issues and responsible business conduct is driven by an increasing global awareness from a broad range of stakeholders – including investors, civil society, and regulators. This is further amplified by the transparency and interconnectedness of the global economy and society, as well as the availability of big data that enables a speed, volume, and breadth of information previously unimaginable. More recently, there has been an evolution from soft law to hard law on ESG and responsible business conduct, which is further changing the business landscape.

Business conduct risks related to human rights, labor, the environment, and corruption can now translate into reputational, compliance, and financial risks for a company. How a company manages such issues is recognized as a long-term value driver and is directly linked to their operational excellence and social license to operate. RepRisk helps you know early and know more – so you can act.

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RepRisk believes it’s not enough to look at policies and processes, you must look at on-the-ground performance.

Within the landscape of ESG research, RepRisk is the only provider with an exclusive focus on risks – i.e. we systematically capture and analyze adverse ESG and business conduct data that can have a reputational, compliance, and financial impact on a company. Our core competence is acting as a powerful due diligence tool and risk overlay on ESG and business conduct risks.

RepRisk believes it is important to look at performance, not just policies. Therefore, we take an outside-in approach to assessing a company: Our research captures and analyzes information from media, stakeholders, and other public sources external to a company. This perspective helps you assess whether a company’s policies and processes are translating into actual performance on the ground. In essence, RepRisk acts as a “reality check” of a company’s business conduct. For example, a company may have a human rights policy, but what do stakeholders and sources at the local level report about how this company is handling human rights issues?

RepRisk combines artificial intelligence with human analysis in 16 languages to translate big data into curated and actionable research and metrics, using a proprietary, rules-based methodology.

RepRisk’s broad language coverage supports the early identification of risks:
English, Arabic, Chinese, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish

A comprehensive research scope of 28 ESG Issues, covering the key international standards, ensures you have all the data you need at your fingertips.


Environment

Environmental Footprint Global pollution (incl. climate change and GHG emissions) Local pollution Impacts on ecosystems and landscapes Overuse and wasting of resources Waste issues Animal mistreatment

Governance

Corporate Governance Corruption, bribery, extortion, money laundering Executive compensation issues Misleading communication, e.g. “greenwashing” Fraud Tax evasion Tax optimization Anti-competitive practices
Cross-cutting Issues Controversial products and services Products (health and environmental issues) Violation of international standards Violation of national legislation Supply chain issues

Our research also covers 45 Topic Tags – a growing list of ESG “hot topics” that are specific and thematic.

Abusive/Illegal fishing
Agricultural commodity speculation
Alcohol
Animal transportation
Arctic drilling
Asbestos
Automatic and semi-automatic weapons
Cluster munitions
Coal-fired power plants
Conflict minerals
Coral reef
Deep sea drilling
Depleted uranium munitions
Diamonds
Drones
Endangered species
Forest burning
Fracking
Gambling
Genetically modified organisms (GMOs)
Genocide/Ethnic cleansing
High conservation value forests
Human trafficking
Hydropower (dams)
Illegal logging
Indigenous people
Involuntary resettlement
Land grabbing
Land mines
Migrant labor
Monocultures
Mountaintop removal mining
Negligence
Nuclear power
Oil sands
Palm oil
Pornography
Predatory lending
Privacy violations
Protected areas
Rare earths
Sea-bed mining
Soy
Tobacco
Water scarcity

Our strict, rules-based research process helps ensure consistent data over time – with data history from January 2007 onward.

Screening

Using a proprietary IT tool, RepRisk screens over 80,000 media and stakeholder sources every day. For the earliest identification of risks, this screening is executed in 15 languages.

The goal: Dynamically capture risk information related to ESG issues from the broadest range of sources.

Identification and filtering

The results of the screening are delivered to our highly-trained team of analysts, who curate the data according to RepRisk’s research framework.

The goal: Ensure that each item funneled through our research process is relevant to our clients.

Analysis

Once an item has been identified and filtered, an experienced RepRisk analyst is responsible for analyzing, summarizing, and scoring the incident according to our proprietary process.

The goal: Help our clients gain a deeper understanding of the risk in a manner that is efficient and effective.

Quality assurance

Before a risk incident is published, it first undergoes a thorough quality assurance review and approval by one of our RepRisk Senior Analysts.

The goal: Ensure the quality of the analysis and integrity of the data.

Quantification

The final step in our research process is the dynamic quantification of the risk through our suite of proprietary risk metrics.

The goal: Provide our clients with a systematic way to benchmark risk exposure and track risk trends over time.

Identify, assess, benchmark, monitor – you can do it all with RepRisk metrics and analytics.

The RepRisk Index (RRI): A quantitative measure (0 to 100) of a company’s risk exposure to ESG and business conduct risks

The RepRisk Rating (RRR): A letter rating (AAA to D) that facilitates benchmarking and integration of ESG and business conduct risks

The RepRisk UN Global Compact Violator Flag: A flag (red or yellow) that identifies companies with a high risk or potential risk of violating one or more of the ten UNGC Principles

Beyond company data: RepRisk offers research and metrics for 12 datasets, each with 10+ years of history

Interested in analyzing sector risks, conducting in-depth country risk research, or monitoring ESG issues and trends? RepRisk has research and metrics available for you. In addition, our Country-Sector Matrix allows you to zero in on the ESG and business conduct risks related to doing business or investing in a particular country-sector combination.

Companies
Projects
Sectors
Countries
Country-Sector Combinations
Regions
ESG Issues
ESG Topic Tags
UN Global Compact Principles
NGOs
Campaigns
Governmental Bodies
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