ESG Risk Management
Identify, prioritize and mitigate your ESG risks via an unbiased and data-driven approach
- Perform materiality assessments to see what issues matter most.
- See how ESG and external risks shift over time.
- Enhance visibility into external risk, not just the risks you see in your facility every day.
- Embed ESG risks into your broader organizational risk management approach for a true, 360-degree approach.
Minimize the Unknowns and Always Be Risk Ready
ESG risk assessment and materiality is gaining more importance than ever before as regulatory bodies expand to include it in their disclosure frameworks and guidelines. Meet evolving regulatory mandates with confidence while becoming proactive rather than reactive in your risk assessment and ESG compliance approach.
Gain comprehensive risk identification and monitoring through our partnership with Datamaran®, the only software solution in the world that offers a data-driven process for external risk and materiality analysis, including ESG. Elevate your ESG strategy with a full-suite software solution that improves risk management, board oversight and reporting.
Benefit from regular and proactive monitoring of regulatory developments and emerging trends before they become business-critical issues. Eliminate blind-spots by using an evidence-driven and analytical – and thus bias-free approach – to materiality assessment.
Access automatically updated global regulatory information, such as GRI and CDP content, reducing the time and effort needed to evaluate changes in regulatory content against compliance requirements. Minimize the cost of ESG compliance management processes with machine-learning technology that maximizes efficiency by cutting down on the time needed to deconstruct regulatory documents into requirements.
Use the risks identified to create ESG initiatives and metrics and to generate in-depth insights on these suggested initiatives, empowering data-driven decision-making on where to focus resources.
Build competitive advantage with unique
risk management and compliance tools
Intelex’s ESG Management Software is an ideal tool to easily manage your ESG and sustainability
mandates as well as take a robust approach to risk assessment and materiality.
Identify and monitor material risks
Stay ahead of policy developments and market trends before your company is impacted. Datamaran® identifies and monitors over 400 external risk factors—including ESG, innovation and technology and geopolitical issues—on an ongoing basis by scanning the regulatory, media and corporate disclosure environments.
Additional solutions supporting ESG compliance and material risk management
Whether you are struggling to integrate materiality into your ESG strategy or your ESG risk management process lacks a strong compliance management toolkit, Intelex can help you achieve success.
Advanced Compliance Management
Save yourself from reputational risk and be compliance ready with tools designed to deliver greater visibility into your overall risk profile.
Frequently Asked Questions, Answered.
Materiality is a concept that defines why and how certain issues are important for a company or a business sector. A material issue can have a major impact on the financial, economic, reputational and legal aspects of a company, as well as on the system of internal and external stakeholders of that company.
A materiality assessment or analysis is a process in which a company identifies the environmental, social, governance and broader emerging issues, such as digitalization, innovation and geopolitical events that are most important given the operating context of a business.
Materiality assessment guides the organization's ESG reporting foundation as well as the ESG strategy, as it helps with a meaningful target setting based on data-driven approach to choosing and prioritizing ESG metrics to track and report.
There are two major perspectives around materiality. The first perspective concerns the external impacts an organization’s activities have on the environment and society (also called environmental and social materiality). The other one is centered around the actual or potential impacts of climate change risks on the organization’s business and performance (also called financial materiality).
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