MSCI launches Risk Insights

MSCI has launched Risk Insights, the first module of MSCI Insights, its new analytics platform which offers varied risk measures to help investors identify market trends and respond accordingly to the rapidly-increasing volatile market.

MSCI Risk Insights aim is to help institutional investors access index data, environmental, social and governance data and climate data modules. Additional modules are slated to release in the fourth quarter of 2022 and in 2023.

Investors will also be able to customise a set of dashboards delivered on the cloud containing a broad set of metrics, such as time-series risk, factor risk, and stress tests.

These data visualisations can help investors seeking to find concentrated positions, sectors, factors, or portfolios, and then identify what contributed to a portfolio’s change in risk and understand the elements that drives risks in portfolios over time.

Jorge Mina, MSCI’s Global Head of Analytics, said, “By bringing together world-class content via cloud delivery, the risk module of MSCI Insights creates a single channel for institutional investors to not only review and house data, but also allows them to transform it into actionable information that ultimately supports a wide range of front-to-back investment activities.”   

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