Barclays LCS is an objective, quantitative, bond-level liquidity metric expressed as a percent of the bond’s price. It measures the cost of an immediate, institutional-size, round-trip transaction. LCS is computed for more than 22,000 instruments across a wide range of fixed-income markets. LCS is computed at the end of each month, based on quotes issued by Barclays traders and market data, collected during the month. For bonds not quoted in that month, LCS is estimated with market-specific econometric models calibrated to the available quotes. Sector-level Daily LCS are available for liquid subsets of the USD IG and HY credit, EUR IG and HY credit, USD emerging markets and USD convertible bonds.
Leverage comprehensive compensation data for CEO and NEO (named executive officer), including salary, bonus, stock-based incentive awards, option grants, non-equity incentive plan payouts, deferred compensation payouts, and other components of total compensation. Access more than 100 compensation factors for 9,000 companies globally. Detailed pay data is available on 32,000 executives in U.S., Canada, U.K., Europe, and Australia.
The American County Review provides rankings and underlying data for socioeconomic factors including climate change, environmental, health, crime, flood risk, opioid prescription rates, mortality overdose rates, superfund sites, coal ash impoundment and more. ACRe provides a broad and detailed analysis of each individual County and its respective School District. Final rankings are provided for each County, School District, and City/Town. Counties, School Districts, and Cities / Towns are ranked both within their own individual state, as well as against all peers, nationally. This patent pending ranking is an invaluable tool for risk assessment for asset owners, retail and commercial real estate participants, and index providers.
The Team Quality Ranks score executive teams on a double relative basis versus similar size, similar industry peers. Separate ranks are calculated for individual CEOs and for 5-person executive teams. Scores are based on three factor baskets: operating traction, pay & incentive alignment, and fiduciary risk factors. Bottom quintile teams consistently underperform both their industry peers and broader indexes on price returns, ROA, ROIC, and ROE. Ranks and subfactors are available as a monthly time series since 2007.
Who’s Good analyzes both overall ESG performance and specific ESG incidents at companies to provide comprehensive risk management insights. The ESG Performance Analysis shows companies’ strategies and policies as well as important company statistics on ESG. This analysis is based on reliable public and open data sources and shows how well companies are prepared to prevent ESG risks. The ESG Incident Analysis identifies corporate scandals and incidents from a large universe of news articles. The AI algorithms provide key risk signals based on the impact of incidents that occurred.
Enhance corporate, investor, and consumer ESG and sustainability decision-making with strong signal data from CSRHub. Through a patented algorithm and machine learning, CSRHub aggregates and harmonizes disparate data from over 500 SRI/ESG sources to generate a consensus score for the ESG performance of more than 19,000 global companies from 120+ countries. Leverage CSRHub’s big data expertise to increase corporate market value, see portfolio opportunities and risks, and augment other Business Intelligence data.
Unique content derived from Credit Benchmark's database of over 750,000+ risk observations, contributed from thousands of credit analysts at the world's leading financial institutions. The database provides hundreds of forward-looking, trend-tracking aggregates across 105+ countries, 300+ industries and 75+ sectors.
Access a structured record of global shipping movements, including information on the vessel type, and estimated type and tonnage of each cargo, to develop unique market insights, identify investment opportunities, and monitor the activity of individual ships, companies, commodities and industry sectors.