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I need to align with TCFD

Clear your view with transparent insights. Uncover your exposure to climate risk and capture mission critical insights to inform your strategy, aligned with the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).

Everyone is asking about TCFD

Climate risk is fundamental to today’s decisions. The Financial Stability Board formed TCFD to detect what insight is needed. Investors are increasingly requesting in TCFD disclosure1 . Stay tuned to learn more from our upcoming video.


Accelerate your alignment with climate goals


  • Informing Better Decisions with TCFD Reporting
  • Why Climate Risk is Valuation Relevant
  • Impact of Climate Change on a Bank’s Loan Portfolio
  • Consumer Goods Company Aligns with TCFD
  • Published TCFD Reports

TCFD Reporting In Action

The Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) is helping to bring transparency to climate risk throughout capital markets, with the aim of making markets more efficient and economies more stable and resilient.

There are many stakeholders involved in the initiative, across corporations and financial institutions. Each can apply TCFD reporting intelligence to inform better decisions in different ways. 

Learn how Finance Directors, Sustainability Managers, Risk Officers, and more can benefit from TCFD reporting in our latest report.

Seven Ways to Inform Better Decisions with TCFD Reporting

TCFD Reporting In Action

To align with TCFD corporations and financial institutions need to collect carbon emissions data, evaluate physical and transition climate-risk scenarios, identify opportunities and set targets. Click through the tabs on the left to get our insights on TCFD disclosure in action.

As capital markets continue to integrate ESG issues, prompted by a range of regulatory and market-led initiatives, climate-related risks and opportunities will become increasingly relevant for Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) activity. It is anticipated that ESG performance, including climate risk, will increasingly be incorporated into company valuations and risk assessments, and could have a material impact on the attractiveness of potential transactions.

In this paper, we explore the integration of climate risk into the M&A process.

TCFD Reporting In Action

When a commercial bank needed access to comprehensive climate data and analytics in order to meet the TCFD recommendations, it turned to S&P Global Market Intelligence.  The bank sought insights on different policies that could be used to encourage a move to a low-carbon economy and to assess the potential impact on its loan portfolio. It also wanted to better understand the impact of extreme weather conditions and resulting wildfires, droughts and floods on its loan portfolio.

Learn how the bank achieved insights from understanding carbon earnings at risk and from evaluating the physical risk of client assets.



TCFD Reporting In Action

When a consumer goods company recognized that TCFD-alignment could impact its financial performance, it reached out to S&P Global Market Intelligence. Not only did the results serve the company’s reporting needs, the insights also helped the company discover ways to manage business risk and build resilience to climate change.

Discover the key benefits to evaluating energy transition risks and the physical risks of climate change.



TCFD Reporting In Action

To minimize business disruptions and maximize long-term value, all market participants – from asset owners, fund managers and banks to the corporations they invest in – must manage increasingly complex and urgent climate-related risks and opportunities.

Over the past few years, efforts have increased to examine and quantify climate-related risks and opportunities through the universal lens of the TCFD. We’re honored to assist corporations and financial institutions on their journey to aligning their strategies with global climate goals through our TCFD reporting solutions. Below, we share a sampling of published TCFD reports powered by Trucost data and insights, including our latest S&P Global TCFD report:

Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) Report, August 2020, S&P Global

  • TCFD Index 2020, Ford Motor Company
  • The Bank of England’s climate-related financial disclosure 2020, Bank of England
  • 2019 Shinhan Financial Group Social Responsibility Report
  • 2019 TCFD Report, BNP Paribas
  • 2019 Climate Change Report, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan
  • 2019 Corporate Responsibility Report, State Street

Climate Credit Analytics – the link between climate change and credit risk.

Via a highly dynamic, sector-specific approach, Climate Credit Analytics from S&P Global Market Intelligence and Oliver Wyman, enables counterparty- and portfolio-level analysis of climate-related financial and credit risks for thousands of public and private companies across multiple sectors globally. The capability is designed for risk managers, investment professionals, sustainability teams, and others to assess credit risks related to climate change and the transition to a low-carbon economy.

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Join us, virtually, as we cover the latest insights on climate risk, ESG, energy transition, and how TCFD reporting solutions accelerate progress toward a sustainable future.

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Paris-Aligned & Climate Transition Index Series

The S&P PACT™: Paris-Aligned & Climate Transition Indices, by S&P Global Dow Jones Indices, offer a powerful set of investment solutions to meet the proposed standards, in addition to other climate objectives. Read more about this new breed of sustainable climate indices that selects and weights companies to be collectively compatible with a 1.5ºC global warming climate scenario.

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