Meet Regulatory Standards

Smart Climate® is the essential climate compliance resource. Our patent specifically covers scenario modeling, required by most authorities. We are a “white box” solution, readily able to meet transparent reporting standards.

  • Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures. Fills critical data gaps (e.g., quantitative scenario analysis). Provides transition data on 38,000+ securities. Certified under the UK’s CFRF.
  • Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation. Meets new EU Level 2 requirements integrating SFDR Article 8 ESG disclosures. (Qualified stress-testing under the “E” pillar.)
  • U.S. Federal Reserve. First platform to integrate required NGFS Phase 3 scenarios. Fulfills mandate to use integrated assessment models. Estimates corporate and real estate exposure by portfolio, obligor, region


Minimize Transition Risk

Since its founding, Entelligent has maintained a quantitative approach — driven by algorithms not headlines — inclusive of all sectors and regions, and not skewed by divestment. ​

Smart Climate® scores enable investors and risk managers to minimize the composite climate transition risk of a security or baskets of securities. ​Our database covers 85% of the global investable equity set and 92% of the total market capitalization of all U.S. listed stocks.​ Smart Climate-rebalanced portfolios can be back-tested up to 15 years.


Develop New Products

Join the world’s leading pension funds and banks by integrating climate change transition risk directly into your equity investment product range. Partner with Entelligent to build passive and active institutional or retail investment products such as ETFs, mutual funds, annuities and more with minimum climate change exposure. Develop quantitative investing strategies and find opportunities that deliver higher risk-adjusted return compared to similar companies and portfolios.


Measure Climate Impact

Using Smart Climate’s® T-Risk and Carbon Sensitivity scores, institutions and investors can limit exposure to companies that have a weak ability to pay a future price on carbon and understand the impact of their investments on the climate. By applying T-Risk quartiles, users can quickly identify the largest emitters for a portfolio and benchmark. Underweighting the lowest quintile, for example, drives outperformance from both allocation and selection effects.