Trade Evaluation and Services

Data, intelligence, strategy

Coriolis Technologies is a leading producer of data and analytics for trade and trade finance. We provide clear intelligence and insight into trade flows, supply chains and disruptions.

Founded in 2017, Coriolis Technologies has become the leading source of trade, corporate, geopolitical risk and trade-related economic data globally for the trade finance sector. Our data is collected from multiple sources and our predictive analytics are based on leading-edge AI practice. 

We help our clients to understand the impact of what they don’t know as well as the impact of what they do and have grown to be a major player in the Trade-Tech space. Our reputation is based on the power and success of our data to predict the likelihood of trade wars and our capacity to analyse trade as a major component of national security strategies.

Coriolis Technologies is democratising access to sophisticated trade data and models by providing businesses and banks with tools to identify opportunities, assess risks and access supply chain partners and finance globally. Using MultiLateral data and analysis, Coriolis Technologies has developed three unique products, providing three key solutions for trade professionals:

  1. Trade Compliance: International SME onboarding offering personalised access to trade finance providers; SME “trade finance readiness” scoring against KYC, AML, dual use goods and SDGs

  2. Sustainability tracking: Environmental, Social, and Governance monitoring and passporting of the world’s companies, supply chains, and nations by trade product; and

  3. Trade tools and analysis: Software offering insight into the complex web of geopolitical risks, macroeconomic trends, and international trade conditions which together interweave to form the complex world of today’s global trading landscape.

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How Automated ESG Scoring Will Help Banks and Businesses Navigate Impending Regulations

Since the UN announced the Paris Agreement in 2015, analysts and commentators have discussed the many implications of the underlying aims across global industries. During COP26 at the end of 2021, there was an urgency to maintain momentum as the 2030 deadline looms closer. Time is running short for a solution, and automated ESG scoring technology offers a valuable mechanism for the industry to move forward with an intuitive scoring system that works to help banks and businesses avoid penalties from regulators and manage reputation in a true and objective way. 

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