We equip you with the underlying data and analysis tools to navigate ESG investments
The issue with ESG scores
ESG investments deserve more than a rating or score
How much can be known from a AA, 8/10, or B- rated ESG fund? Every ESG product has more to tell than just its overall rating.
The notion that a team of experts can reduce the complexity of ESG investing into a single score is concerning and furthers fears of greenwashing and regulators are starting to take note.
Go beyond ESG Scores
Be a champion of ESG transparency
Instead of displaying ESG scores based on analyst opinions, YourStake presents full data in explainable formats.
ESG investments you can trust
YourStake gathers data from over 200 publicly available sources and cites every data point to ensure truth and verifiability.
YourStake avoids voluntary company reporting to ensure a clean and understandable comparison.
Customer Story - Institutional Client, NYC
“We can't find this level of transparency anywhere. YourStake shows us exactly where each company in our portfolios is releasing toxic air pollutants, and shows the methodology for how it's translated to real world impact.”
Get the full landscape of investment impact through metaphor reports.
YourStake offers 8 different forms of reports that present raw data in easy-to-understand formats. Each data point or metric can be clicked into to see the exact holding and even company location where they are polluting the world or helping it.
Approach to data gaps
When a company does not have information about particular metrics, YourStake does not attempt to estimate for the sake of increased coverage.
Collecting data only from trusted sources
YourStake only collects data that meets our strict internal criteria. These data sources are hosted by government agencies, academic institutions, or trusted NGO sources. We also look for data that applies to a broad set of companies and is updated frequently.
Avoid Company Reported Data
YourStake avoids voluntary company reporting because companies use different methodologies to report similar metrics, resulting in misleading comparisons.