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Physical Climate Risk

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Assess the vulnerability of multi-asset portfolios to physical risks and climate contingencies, with IPCC scenarios for understanding and managing risk.

Analytical frameworks
  • Physical Risk
  • SFDR
Regulatory use cases
  • SFDR Art.6: Risk assessment
  • SFDR Art.8: Measurement of E/S characteristics
  • SFDR Art.9: Measurement of the objectives achievements
Asset class coverage
  • Equity: Listed equities
  • Fixed income: Corporate bonds
Deliverables
  • Portfolio reports
  • Asset-level extracts
Licensing options
  • PPU: Pay-per-use
Use cases
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Carbon4 Finance — Physical Climate Risk

Overview

Climate Risk Impact Screening (CRIS) is a methodology developed for financial service providers to assess the vulnerability  of their asset portfolio to physical risks and climate hazards, with 3 IPCC scenarios at 2 horizon times. The method applies to multi-asset investment portfolios (stocks, corporate and sovereign bonds, real assets). CRIS provides physical risk indicators that enable users to understand and manage portfolio risk and to engage in dialogue with portfolio constituents.

Key features

  • Assess the vulnerability of your multi-asset portfolio to physical and climatic hazards
  • Manage and monitor your portfolio through relevant indicators
  • Engage in a dialogue with the portfolio's constituents

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Carbon4 Finance offers a complete set of climate data solutions covering both physical and transition risks, as well as biodiversity footprint. These proprietary methodologies allow financial organisations to measure the carbon and biodiversity footprint of their portfolio, assess the alignment with a 2°C-compatible scenario and measure the impacts that arise from events related to climate change and biodiversity loss.

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Physical Climate Risk

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