Insight into future risks

New tool provides insight into climate change susceptibility for financial services market

Climate change is becoming a hot topic within the financial services market. It partly reflects an appetite to understand future risks but also the increasing regulatory requirements. The finance industry needs to adapt its view of risk to account for climate change happening now and to ensure investment decisions are resilient to future risks. Ambiental Climate Suite is a data cube containing every possible outcome of future climate change impact scenarios. At its core is a property-level database which includes attribution of flood risk metrics alongside other natural hazards. It can be integrated with valuation models so that insurers, banks and lenders can maintain stability in long-term investment models and provides insight into the susceptibility of their portfolio to climate change. Available now for the United Kingdom and Western Europe, it is set to be rolled out globally, enabling customers to make better informed decisions to maintain solvency, and ensure sustainable economic practices which comply with climate change reporting obligations.


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Inspiring support for the water transition

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