EU SFDR: Since 2021, in an effort towards increasing transparency and integrating sustainability risks, the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) imposes mandatory ESG disclosure: investors must report quantitatively on Principal Adverse Impacts (PAIs) of their portfolios.
Who is affected? Asset managers, EU banks, venture capital funds, and all the other financial market participants (FMP).
The problem: Investors have difficulties finding the necessary data to comply with EU SFDR disclosure requirements, as PAI data is often not readily available and difficult to collect.
Our solution: GID PAI proxy data fills data gaps for an unlimited number of companies, such as SMEs, non-reporting listed companies, non-listed companies, and emerging market companies. By using country-sector proxies, the GID top-down approach allows you to collect quantitative PAI data (see table), well in time for SFDR deadlines.
PAI proxy data fills gaps for hard-to find quantitative PAIs
Our SFDR PAI proxy data uses a top-down approach covering the full global economy, allowing you to cover data gaps for an unlimited number of companies, such as SMEs, non-reporting listed companies, non-listed companies, and emerging market companies.
PAI proxy data is available for you to meet SFDR deadlines
Our SFDR PAI proxy data is readily derived from released GID country-sector data, well in time for SFDR deadlines.
PAI proxy data is regularly updated for future reporting
Our active R&D team works with you to find solutions that align with your needs, now and in the future (e.g., client-side data integration).
PAI proxy data covers:
- 65 sectors
- 140 countries, spanning across all continents and emerging markets
- 9100 global sectors
- 5 mandatory quantitative PAIs
- 2 non-mandatory quantitative PAIs
Who we help
Selected users and partners
Want to know more about SFDR PAI regulation?
PAIs consist of a list of sustainability factors that firms need to take into account for their investment policies and decisions. Those indicators relate to environmental and social topics. According to the regulation, asset managers, EU banks, venture capital funds, and all the other financial market participants (FMPs) must disclose on a set of mandatory indicators.