Research any listed company. Screen for any equity universe. Review any portfolio.
Created for global investors, Util's data is unmatched in scope. For each of the 50,000 companies in our universe, we capture positive and negative impacts on 2,000 metrics underpinning the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals.
And it's data you can trust. We don’t rely on disclosures or opinions. Instead, we apply natural language processing to 120 million peer-reviewed publications to gather scientific consensus about the impacts of every business activity.
Companies are evaluated in terms of business activities, with conclusions derived from expert consensus, resulting in transparent data that you and your clients can trust.
Every listed company in the world is subject to the same methodology, resulting in the largest impact dataset for public markets: one that allows like-for-like comparisons.
We capture the positive and negative impacts of every company on the 17 UN SDGs and 2,000 sustainability themes, so you can measure companies and stocks in a variety of ways.
We tailor data and delivery to suit your needs.
To begin with, get two weeks of free access to the Util Portal: a user-friendly dashboard where you can research and compare companies, screen for stock universes tailored to your specific sustainability requirements, and generate unlimited factsheets reviewing your portfolio performance.
Evaluate the real-world impact of any listed company, by seeing what percentage of its revenue positively and negatively aligns to any sustainability theme. You can dig into the impact of individual products and services.
Compare the impact of any company, across any geography, market and industry. We provide side-by-side comparisons of each company’s performance on every sustainability theme.
Benchmark the impact of companies against sector averages for both positive and negative revenue alignment. We also provide ‘leader’ and ‘laggard’ rankings within each sector and for each SDG.
Review the year-on-year evolution, going back five years, of a company or portfolio's positive and negative impact on each sustainability theme. You can also compare a company’s evolution against that of its peers.