Asset Resolution manages the world largest forward-looking database of physical Assets Matched with Securities, covering key energy-related sectors (oil & gas, coal, power, auto, aviation, shipping, cement, steel). It is a commercial for-profit company, wholly-owned subsidiary of '2° Investing Initiative' France.
The data on stocks, bonds and loans informs the climate scenario analysis of individual companies and portfolios. The assets being geolocated they can also be used for assessing the exposure to physical risks.
Asset Resolution providers free data for basic PACTA users and fee-based licences for advanced users such as ESG data providers, consultants and fund managers.
Dedicated website, presenting the coverage by industry and region as well as the use cases.
The users of the desktop version of PACTA, notably banks, need a user licence to access the underlying data.
Advanced users who want to access more granular data and/or use it commercially need to purchased premium licences.
The Asset Resolution database is operated by Asset Data Provider SAS, a for-profit commercial subsidiary of 2° Investing Initiative France. Asset Resolution is part of an activity that has received funding from Climate-KIC and the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). This body of the European Union receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.
Not to control Asset Data Provider
The 2° Investing Initiative will support the recruitment and functioning of a Board of Directors, composed of a majority of independent representatives with no affiliation nor material financial ties with the 2° Investing Initiative.
Not to derive any revenue from Asset Data Provider
The 2° Investing Initiative abandons any right to derive revenues on the intellectual property transferred to Asset Data Provider or the ownership of its equity shares. Notably, the 2° Investing Initiative will not derive any revenue from royalties, revenue sharing agreements, or dividends.
To grant the proceeds from a potential sale of Asset Data Provider
If Asset Data Provider's Board decides to privatize the company, the proceeds from the sale of its shares will be granted by the 2° Investing Initiative to non-for-profit organization(s) with no affiliation nor any material financial ties with the 2° Investing Initiative and other non-executive or executive directors of Asset Data Provider.