Euroclear invests in Impact Cubed

The provder of financial market infrasturcture has acquired a stake in ESG data analytics platform and investment manager

Libby Bernick, CEO of Impact Cubed | Photo: PR/ Impact Cubed

Financial post trade service provider Euroclear has invested an undisclosed figure in Impact Cubed, a provider of ESG analytics and investment manager, Impact Cubed announces in a statement forwarded to AMWatch.

”We are thrilled to have Euroclear as our strategic partner. Euroclear’s network and infrastructure will provide better transparency on the impact of investments across capital markets. Together with Euroclear, we aim to increase the adoption of tech-enabled approaches using factual ESG data to ensure investors gain better insights,” says Libby Bernick, CEO of Impact Cubed in the statement.

Across the financial industry, market participants are looking to increase their understanding of the sustainable impact of their investment strategies.

To do this they need impartial data and analytical tools. Impact Cubed supports investors by enabling them to compare a security’s sustainability exposure.

“Impact Cubed’s mission is to shift the flow of capital to more sustainable businesses, and our exciting new partnership will help achieve this, and with more impact,” says Larry Abele, Impact Cubed founder and CIO.

As a financial market infrastructure, Euroclear has a important role to play in finance by providing data solutions to the market.

”We are very pleased to be working with Impact Cubed. This solution will provide our clients with tangible metrics across the investment processing spectrum from issuers to investment managers,” Lieve Mostrey, CEO Euroclear Group, says.

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