All investments have an impact. Knowing exactly what they are is crucial to uncovering their true potential for profitability.


On the back of over 20 years of sustainable investing experience, we have developed a set of analytical tools, called impactIQ, which help us quantify the sustainability risks and opportunities as well as the impacts of assets we seek to invest in, with the ultimate goal of enhancing investment performance.

We also use this intelligence to help us design investment solutions to meet your clients' sustainability needs.


Measures and quantifies in dollar terms the positive or negative social impact that a company creates through the way it operates.


Measures how a company's products and services may positively or negatively contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goal. This tool is currently in development.


Measures a company's exposure to the risks associated with the transition to a low carbon world. It captures the impacts of higher carbon prices on the company's cash flows and valuations.


Measures a company's alignment to the climate goals set by the Paris Agreement. It provides the degree of temperature warming a portfolio is heading towards. This tool is currently in development.



Schroders’ MUSE is an interactive version of our proprietary USA Muni Dashboard investment tool that allows investors and analysts to visually compare thousands of municipal issuers and help to accurately understand issuer and portfolio risks beyond traditional metrics.


Climate change is becoming a defining theme of the global economy.

The Climate Progress Dashboard monitors change indicators across the four categories that have the most influence on limiting global temperature rises: political change, business and finance, technology solutions and entrenched industry (i.e. fossil fuel use).


Active ownership is a core part of sustainable investing. An ongoing dialogue with company leadership provides us with an extra dimension of understanding a company's operations, and enables us to help them transition towards a more sustainable business model.


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The success of any quantitative ESG research model depends largely upon the effectiveness of the investment team’s quantitative model. A quantitative model, such as the risk and other models used by the investment team requires adherence to a systematic, disciplined process. The team’s ability to monitor and, if necessary, adjust its quantitative model could be adversely affected by various factors including incorrect or outdated market and other data inputs. Factors that affect a security’s value can change over time, and these changes may not be reflected in the quantitative model. In addition, factors used in quantitative analysis and the weight placed on those factors may not be predictive of a security’s value. No investment strategy, technique or model can guarantee future results or eliminate the risk of loss of principal

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