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In 2021 Covalence was celebrating its 20th anniversary. Thank you for your confidence over the years.

Since 2001 Covalence has been evaluating companies according to Environment, Social and Governance criteria (ESG)

Our services : investment solutions, ESG ratings and data, and portfolio advisory

Our semi-automated approach integrates and compares corporate disclosures and news sentiment

It is based on multiple sources of information and relies on web monitoring, artificial intelligence together with human analysis

Covalence co-manages the Peacebuilding Business Index defining the universe of the Cadmos – Peace Investment Fund.

Founded in 2001 in Geneva, Covalence helps investors integrate ESG factors with its AI-powered scoring system comparing corporate disclosures to news sentiment.

We offer ratings, news data, reports, and advisory supporting investment management, portfolio reporting and ESG assessments.

Our main differentiators are: news based-data covering negative and positive issues; strength in the S of ESG; forward-looking data enabling to assess the credibility of sustainability commitments.

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What’s on our ESG radar screen this week? Access current hot topics by clicking on our interactive charts.

Covalence is proud to have provided the European Commission’s science and knowledge service Joint Research Centre with data used to produce the 2020 EU Industrial R&D Investment Scoreboard. This data enabled to calculate a novel indicator of companies’ disclosure and reputation scores related to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


Covalence and Sussland & Co SA, a Geneva-based wealth manager, joined their forces to offer the ZKB Tracker Certificate Dynamic on Sustainable Swiss Small and Mid-Caps in partnership with Zürcher Kantonalbank.

The product has as objective to provide investors with a highly diversified portfolio of shares of Swiss small and mid-cap companies that have demonstrated through their acts their commitment to the ESG mindset as well as the ability to generate a positive impact on communities.


Co-managed by the PeaceNexus Foundation and Covalence, the Peacebuilding Business Index ranks the 300 economically most impactful companies in fragile countries according to their contribution to peace and stability.

This index is used to define the investment universe of the Cadmos Peace Investment Fund, a thematic fund selecting global companies operating in fragile countries that demonstrate a high degree of conflict-sensitivity and sustainability in their operations, factors which we believe indicate their resilience and ability to innovate in complex settings.


Covalence provides investors with investment solutions, ESG ratings and data, and portfolio advisory.


Covalence allows companies to better assess reputational risks by helping them monitor their performance on ESG matters through benchmarking, research and ESG news monitoring services.


Covalence assists non-profit organisations in the management of their relationships with the private sector through ESG due diligence and partnership brokering services.


Covalence provides academics with ESG data and ratings supporting further research into the business case for sustainability.



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