Swedish climate fintech firm Datia has launched an analytics tool to assist asset managers in portfolio valuation while considering their sustainable investment methodology. The tool also allows managers to screen the sustainable investment proportion of their portfolios. Datia said the tool allows asset managers to create their own methodology, selecting different indicators and setting thresholds. It then enables asset managers to immediately evaluate what proportion of their portfolio is meeting their own sustainability criteria. Nora Sandahl, Head of Sustainability at Datia, said that due to the demands of EU’s Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation and Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II, setting the definition of sustainable investments is “crucial to allow financial products to be identified by advisors as relevant products for their clients”. However, she noted that “none of the regulations give specific guidance on how to define and assess sustainable investments”.