The financial services industry has a crucial role to play in mitigating climate change. Over $300 trillion of infrastructure investment is required by 2050 – representing a huge responsibility, as well as commercial opportunity. Simultaneously climate change brings tremendous risk to financial services firms – with potential tipping points in the value of assets held by financial institutions across a wide range of sectors.
Yet most financial institutions currently do not understand and cannot evidence the climate impact of their investments, or the climate-related risks of the assets that they hold.
Baringa’s unique Climate Change Scenario Model, built on our 20 years of experience in advising governments, energy and financial services clients on the energy transition and climate change, provides the data and insight that all financial services firms so critically need.
It is the only fully integrated transition and physical risk model of its kind that is fully configurable, allowing you to do multiple bespoke scenarios; ‘zoomable’ allowing you to see climate impacts at portfolio down to individual asset level; and comprehensive in its coverage, across all the asset classes you need.
The model is being used by Legal & General, one of the largest global asset managers, as seen in their latest Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures results.
View the e-publication on our Climate Change Scenario Model below: