May 14, 2020 – London – Essentia Analytics, Ltd. (Essentia), a leading provider of behavioral data analytics and consulting for professional investors, today announced that it has received the ISO 27001: 2013 certification, indicating accreditation from the International Organization for Standardization for information security management systems (ISMS).
This designation stipulates Essentia’s compliance with the strictest possible standards of information security, and demonstrates longstanding dedication to information security for its clients with an ongoing commitment to excellence in data protection. As a critical function of its business model, Essentia provides its clients with a detailed analysis of their investing and behavioral data, and therefore has always strived to create an atmosphere of trust and transparency to achieve the best possible results.
“Data security is and has always been a top priority for Essentia because of the trust our clients place in us, and this certification demonstrates the emphasis that we put on protecting their information,” said Clare Flynn Levy, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Essentia. “The number of confidential data points we look at daily necessitates our discretion from both a legal and personal standpoint, and we are proud to provide this level of service to our clients.”
Essentia offers a combination of behavioral analytics and consulting services to portfolio managers, chief investment officers, and investment executives through its Essentia Insight product.
Essentia Analytics is the leading provider of behavioral data analytics and consulting for professional investors. Led by a team of experts in investment management, technology and behavioral science, Essentia combines next generation data analytics technology with human coaching to help active fund managers measurably improve investment decision-making. Providing daily analysis on over $100 billion in assets, Essentia has uncovered an average of 94 basis-points of alpha per year for its clients that was previously being lost to behavioral biases and decision-making deficiencies.