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TSMC & Water: A Case Study Of How Climate Is Becoming A Credit-Risk Factor

Recorded on Thursday, March 14, 2024
On Demand
60 minutes

S&P Global Ratings analysts held a live interactive webinar and Q&A on Thursday, March 14, where they discuss how climate is becoming a credit-risk factor, and explore tech firms' rising sensitivity to water stress by using TSMC as a case study.

Key discussion points:

  • Why do we view water scarcity as an increasingly important factor to tech firms' credit profiles, particularly the semiconductor subsector?
  • What is TSMC's exposure to water supply and how do we assess the risks?
  • What are the key takeaways from this case study?

Hins Li, Associate Director, Corporate Ratings
Clifford Kurz, Director, Corporate Ratings
Raymond Hsu, Director, Corporate Ratings
Beth Burks, Director, Sustainable Finance 

Andy Liu
, Managing Director & Analytical Manager, Corporate Ratings

Related Research Update:
TSMC And Water: A Case Study Of How Climate Is Becoming A Credit-Risk Factor

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