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GIST Impact partners with TMX for new ESG Data Hub

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GIST Impact is proud to be part of the new TMX ESG Data Hub launched today by TMX Datalinx, the information services division of Toronto and Montreal Stock Exchange (TMX).

Working with leading ESG data and analytics providers, the TMX ESG Data Hub delivers data to global clients in support of ESG integration in investment decision-making processes. This includes tracking climate action plans, quantifying impact, screening companies and controversies, following news and events and performing corporate peer analysis.

Through the partnership, GIST Impact’s market-leading environmental and social impact datasets will be available to TMX’s clients worldwide, empowering investors to make well-rounded and informed investment decisions beyond financial factors.

Speaking on the launch, Michelle Tran, President, TMX Datalinx, said: “Expanding TMX Datalinx’s offering is in response to client demand and growing investor need for a range of high-quality ESG data to support portfolio construction, enhanced investment strategies and investment risk management processes.”

Our SVP Commercial Mahima Sukhdev also spoke at the launch event of the TMX ESG Data Hub about the challenges solved by quantified impact data, and the role impact measurement plays in empowering investors worldwide to make well-rounded and informed investment decisions.

Read press coverage of the announcement in Responsible Investor, The Trade, Asset Servicing Times, and Best Execution.

For more information, visit the TMX ESG Data Hub page, or get in touch to learn more about GIST Impact’s impact data and solutions.

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