ESG Due Diligence

Safeguard your investments and promote ethical decision-making with ESG due diligence. 

Elevate Your Investment Strategy with Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG). 

ESG Due Diligence​

Due Diligence

Safeguard your investments and promote ethical decision-making with ESG due diligence. 

Elevate Your Investment Strategy with Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG). 

Actionable Insights for Informed Decisions
with Neotas ESG Due Diligence

We redefine due diligence by integrating Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) considerations into our comprehensive assessment process. Our ESG due diligence service is designed to empower investors and companies alike, ensuring sustainable and ethical practices are at the forefront of decision-making.

Purpose-Driven Approach

Our ESG due diligence goes beyond traditional assessments. We focus on identifying and disclosing ESG risks that may impact financial performance, providing a holistic view of potential obligations and their financial implications.

Comprehensive Benefits

Neotas ESG due diligence delivers essential data and insights into a company's ESG performance and policies. This allows investors to make informed decisions based on all relevant information, minimising potential losses associated with low ESG standards.

Cutting-Edge Platform

To streamline the analysis process, Neotas leverages an all-in-one risk management platform for ESG due diligence. This technology-driven approach enhances efficiency and accuracy, allowing us to provide you with the most comprehensive assessment possible.

Transparent Process

We believe in transparency. Our process involves collecting key performance indicators and documents, systematically identifying and disclosing environmental, social, and governance risks, and evaluating the financial impact of potential ESG obligations.

ESG Due Diligence

Enhanced ESG Profile

Neotas’ ESG screening identifies and monitors the ‘networks’ of your customers/suppliers.

Quickly uncover the depth of a company’s operations, including management, governance, suppliers, customers, stakeholders, employees and environmental concerns.

For companies, partnering with Neotas elevates their ESG profile. By proactively addressing risks and implementing robust policies, companies can attract responsible investors and safeguard against potential losses.


Deep Dive Into Supply Chain Risks

We help you build a clear and concise company risk profile.

Rapidly interrogate the largest traditional databases in the world, as well as 100% of public online data including 600bn+ archived web pages.

Enhanced Due Diligence Platform
Enhanced Due Diligence

Clear Risk Reporting, Efficiently Delivered

We understand that decisions are critical and you want insights faster. Our advanced technology enables us to interrogate billions of data points four times faster than traditional processes.

We deliver clear, concise, accurate findings that focus on relevant red flags only, all with zero false positives.

Monitor For Ongoing Compliance

ESG reporting and benchmarking tends to represent a point in time, but this out-of-date information cannot predict an impending ESG risk or disaster.

Identify supplier ESG risk using real-time online data and monitor the risks that are most important to you.

Our ESG due diligence service instills confidence in investors, knowing that their investments align with sustainable and ethical practices. This assurance leads to stronger, more resilient portfolios.

Ongoing Monitoring

Protect your business ESG Due Diligence

Neotas ESG Due Diligence service is a vital tool for investors and companies committed to sustainable and ethical business practices. By integrating ESG considerations into our comprehensive due diligence process, we provide valuable insights and transparency, allowing you to make informed decisions and secure a brighter, more responsible future.

Improve Efficiencies

Improve analyst efficiencies, including cost and time reduction of minimum 25% with zero false positives.

Reduce Blindspots

The FCA recommends open source Internet checks as best practice (FG 18/5). Manage and reduce risk by incorporating 100% of online sources into your processes.

Ongoing Monitoring

Manage risk with hyper accurate ongoing monitoring. We will monitor 100% of publicly available online data to help identify relevant risks.

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Frequently Asked Questions

ESG, or Environmental, Social, and Governance, refers to a set of criteria used to evaluate a company’s ethical and sustainable practices in areas like environmental impact, social responsibility, and corporate governance.

We provide an external lens that does not rely on ‘self-reporting’. We can proactively monitor, in almost real-time all the key ESG risk factors. Beyond regulatory compliance, we can help predict future ESG risks and save losses (both monetary and reputational).

Yes. As ESG data is generally time-lagged, open-source intelligence techniques built into our Platform (ESG ‘trackers’) can generate almost real-time information. This will give you a clear picture of the ESG risks now and help to predict any potential issues. See more from Coller Capital on the use of OSINT for ESG due diligence.

As early as possible in the due diligence process. Whilst we can quickly highlight any ‘red-flag’ issues, these may take time to rectify. These ‘red flags’ may delay a transaction, but we view this as preferable to later, writing down the valuation!

ESG compliance enhances a company’s valuation as well as reduces business and reputational risks. It also attracts quality investors and ensures compliance. Fixing ESG issues later can be very costly and can damage shareholder value.

Companies with high ESG ratings typically exhibit a lower cost of capital, less volatile earnings, and lower market risk than companies with low ESG ratings. However, the lack of standardisation between ESG benchmarks as well as an incentive to provide AAA ratings might raise concerns as to the rigour of these checks – Neotas can help to ensure that your supply chain is as sustainable and as compliant as you claim.

We will look at all aspects of a ‘digital footprint’ to uncover risk, whether that be financial crime, fraud, modern slavery, exploitation of works, unsafe workplace practices, environmental concerns. We have often uncovered risks where the client least expected it.

ESG is relevant to supply chain management because it helps assess the environmental and social impacts of a company’s supply chain operations, ensuring responsible sourcing and production practices.

An ESG policy outlines a company’s commitment to addressing environmental, social, and governance issues. It includes specific goals, strategies, and initiatives to uphold responsible practices.

Non-compliance with ESG regulations could lead to legal liabilities and fines for the buyer, while they may also inherit reputational damage. For private equity and investment firms looking to acquire a business, conducting ESG due diligence will help to prevent uncovering damaging information further down the line.

Yes, our investigations are global. We process over 200 languages and we are not limited by international jurisdictions. We select only the relevant ESG factors tailored to your circumstances and offer a complete service.

We are able to provide ESG due diligence either as a standalone service, or as an integrated part of our wider enhanced due diligence services. Our team will develop a solution that fits your business needs and budget.

Our reports provide clearly flagged risks using a traffic light system (red/amber/green) with detailed evidence, a network association visual map, an audit trail and a list of all the sources used. We also look to enhance our reports by providing context to all the risks flagged.

ESG investing involves considering a company’s environmental, social, and governance performance alongside financial factors when making investment decisions. It aligns investments with ethical and sustainable practices.

ESG reporting involves disclosing a company’s performance in environmental, social, and governance areas. It provides stakeholders with transparency regarding the company’s sustainability efforts.

ESG is important because it assesses a company’s sustainability, ethical practices, and long-term viability. It enables investors to make informed decisions and encourages companies to adopt responsible business practices.

ESG sustainability refers to a company’s ability to operate in an environmentally responsible, socially conscious, and ethically sound manner, ensuring long-term viability.

ESG risk refers to the potential negative impacts on a company’s performance due to environmental, social, and governance factors.

An ESG score is a numerical rating that assesses a company’s performance in environmental, social, and governance areas. It helps investors gauge a company’s sustainability efforts.

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