The value of news to ESG risk
ESG ratings impact everything from relationships with investors to influencing competitive value, and from addressing activism to attracting and retaining a talented workforce. Identifying and monitoring potential risks is crucial to maintain and improve ESG ratings, as well as to comply with ESG regulations.
News is a powerful source of information for ESG risk. It provides near real-time signals and an historic archive of insights. But with so much news, it’s incredibly difficult to find relevant ESG news without a solution like AYLIEN News API or Radar.
Investing in AI-powered risk monitoring technology delivers significant results
AYLIEN provides the tools your organization needs to effectively search, identify, monitor, and assess ESG risks
A better way: proactive ESG risk monitoring
Implementing a proactive risk monitoring
framework enables organizations to stay ahead of ESG risk.
The accompanying flywheel shows the five stages of proactive risk monitoring:
- Define your organization's risk landscape
- Use proactive monitoring tools to be alerted as soon as a risk event is happening
- Assess the severity of the risk event using advanced analytics and visualizations
- Report to relevant stakeholders
- Take action to mitigate risk and adjust controls
State-of-the-art ESG risk monitoring tools
AYLIEN provides a range of new generation risk identification and investigation tools to help some of the world's largest organizations monitor their ESG risks.
Track all relevant entities
Increase monitoring accuracy by tracking entities, from over 5.6 million recognised entities in our knowledge base.
Filter with powerful topic taxonomies
AYLIEN's Smart Tagger taxonomies provide over 4,500 category and industry tags to filter with.
Insightful event detection tools
Auto-generated event clusters and time series charts significantly speed up event detection processes.
Proactively monitor for risk signals
Proactively monitor and investigate third party entities and topics using AYLIEN's Risk Signals.