The problem: Gathering and analyzing data, efficiently

Evaluating the EU Taxonomy alignment can open up new opportunities for secondaries investors. But data access and asset-level engagement is often restricted in secondary markets. When launching a Taxonomy experiment to evaluate large sums of unstructured data from its top 20 asset-level exposures, Coller Capital was confronted by significant challenges.

Coller Capital is one of the largest global investors in the private capital secondary market. Founded in 1990 by the UK-based investor and philanthropist Jeremy Coller, Coller Capital has become an ESG leader in the secondaries market and continues to innovate.

The solution: Briink’s AI Taxonomy-scanning platform

Briink’s reporting platform automates Taxonomy reporting for private market funds to reduce time required by up to 10x. Utilizing Briink’s NLP-driven scanning models, Coller Capital was able to efficiently scan their top 20 asset-level exposures for Taxonomy eligibility and alignment evidence with a clear and auditable analysis trail.

When it comes to selecting providers, it's not just about the tech. It often comes down to the personality, people, and cultural fit - and that's where Briink really fit our expectations.

Adam Black, Partner, Head of ESG and Sustainability, Coller Capital

The result: Multiplying stakeholders engagement

Briink’s scan results enabled Coller Capital to gather higher-quality, granular data on the EU Taxonomy performance of their assets. Coller Capital will move forward in using these AI-powered findings to develop future ESG-related assessment processes, demonstrate commitment to ESG leadership with LPs fortheir Taxonomy-related queries, and increase engagement with portfolio GPs around sustainability and SFDR performance.

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