Transition and physical climate risk assessments on real assets are the key to unlocking value creation across investors. This will require the use of scenario analysis capabilities to assess climate adaptation and resiliency measures - focusing on key drivers of revenue and/or capital and operational expenditures. As a result, private equity and infrastructure funds must integrate climate risk into governance and investment frameworks, informed by asset-specific vulnerabilities and geographical considerations. Baringa is bringing together Private Equity and Infrastructure Fund professionals for our latest webinar on best practices for assessing and mitigating transition and physical climate risk.

For this session Michael Levy and Tracey Gilliand were joined by Daniel Stevens, Group Head of Crisis Management and Resilience at National Grid. 

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