Until now, the measurement and pricing of climate financial risk has historically been difficult due to lack of historical data, established methodologies, and agreed-upon climate scenarios, as well as uncertainties around tail risks. Inadequate information about climate risks and opportunities can lead to mispricing of assets and capital misallocation, which can impact financial stability.
However, Climate Credit Analytics, the new holistic approach to assess credit risk under a range of climate scenarios developed by S&P Global Market Intelligence and Oliver Wyman is a game-changer for all carbon intensive industries.
Hear from the experts behind the first-of-its-kind Climate Credit Analytics offering discuss, the following:
- Assess the potential impact of a transition to a low-carbon economy on the creditworthiness of counterparties
- Support growing requirements from regulators, investors, and other stakeholders to assess, disclose, and manage climate risks
- Improve decision-making around climate risk and support the transition to a low-carbon economy