ESG Metric Collection and Analysis for Private Markets

Collect the right metrics directly from your portfolio companies with Dasseti ESG for GPs

Then use the metrics to inform client reporting, regulatory disclosures, ESG reports, or internally to measure progress against targets.

Equip your ESG team with the tools they need

Off the shelf ESG data may not give you what you need. Consider collecting proprietary data if you:

  • Have unique ESG reporting needs
  • Need to align more closely with LP requirements
  • Need greater control over your data quality
  • Want real time data at your fingertips
ESG Questionnaires

Select the right framework or collect custom metrics to meet your reporting KPIs

Whether you are looking for climate related disclosures to inform regulatory reporting, or sustainability metrics for client reporting, you need a platform that is customizable and easy for your portfolio companies to use. Dasseti ESG for GPs is:

  • Flexible and highly customizable
  • Designed to enforce data quality with multiple validations inbuilt
  • Easy to use
  • Equipped with powerful analytics dashboards
  • Set up for one-click reporting

Commonly collected metrics include:

  • Environmental Metrics

  • Social Metrics

  • Governance Metrics

Environmental Metrics

To measure a firm's environmental progress, you can collect various metrics including:

  • Energy usage
  • Water usage
  • Waste generation
  • Carbon emissions
  • Sustainable procurement
  • Product development
  • Biodiversity conservation
  • Renewable energy adoption

Social Metrics

Measuring a firm's social progress requires the collection of relevant metrics that can provide insights into the company's diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts, as well as its impact on stakeholders and society as a whole:

  • Representation
  • Retention
  • Promotions
  • Leadership Pipeline
  • Employment Pipeline
  • Pay Equity
  • Employee Resource Group (ERG) Membership
  • Participation Rates in Mentoring and Sponsorship Programs
  • Participation Rates in Diversity and Inclusion Training Programs
  • Number of Lives Impacted
  • Economic Empowerment
  • Community Engagement

Governance Metrics

Evidence of good governance practices is an indication of a sound approach to risk management and high levels of accountability.

Key metrics include:

  • Structure and oversight 
  • Code and values
  • Transparency and reporting
  • Cyber risk and systems
  • Long-term perspective

One tool for your ESG metrics