We believe that ESG analysis cannot be limited to a quant approach
Speaking with companies to understand their sustainability concerns is the key to go beyond cold numbers.
Our 32 analysts offer ESG & Sustainability scores of over 462 European companies.
We regard board independence as the prerequisite to any genuine sustainability strategy and on top of any ESG metrics.
We combine sustainability opinions with our fundamental financial analysis to produce integrated target prices.
Search for scores
Discover our metrics on 462 european stocks. Alphavalue's approach relies on 4 independent pillars which are all based on proprietary data and methodology.
Clean, proprietary & unconflicted data
All stocks assessed on similar E+S+G rules
All valuation impacted "live" by Sustainability metrics
Very directional & independent conclusions
Sustainability Score Distribution (0-10)
ESG is impacting valuation fundamentals
AlphaValue was set up in 2009 as an ESG native firm: since inception, no research could be published without filling up the ESG relevant items.
AlphaValue reckons that it currently is the only equity research provider in Europe to have reached this stage: a perfectly smooth on-boarding of ESG data, on a continuing basis, impacting valuation fundamentals day and night.
This is available on every stock, every sector, every stock selection, every day.
Looking at the average compensation of the 468 European corporates and their trend does speak a lot about a business model and occasionally raises the question of whether the first stakeholder is not staff indeed.
On January 14th, another shutdown of one of EDF's nuke power plants combined with chilling threats from Russia as Ukraine talks with the US and NATO went nowhere. Less nuke power means that Russian gas is much needed....
At AlphaValue, we are proud to promote a traditional equity analysts-based review of sustainability factors which is inclusive of all the 465 stocks currently under coverage. There is no exclusion, no sector idiosyncrasies bu...
Oils gained nearly 5% last week in a context of weaker Brent prices. So much for the correlation between the oily stuff and oil groups. More interesting is that this confirms Oils as the third best performer ytd. Should Chine...