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MSCI Carbon Portfolio Analytics

MSCI Carbon Portfolio Analytics
MSCI ESG Research’s Carbon Portfolio Analytics report is a tool for understanding, measuring and managing carbon risk at the portfolio, sector, and company level. It is available directly from MSCI ESG Manager or as a Managed Service.


MSCI Climate Risk report

MSCI Climate Risk
report
Designed to assess climate related risks and opportunities and to aligne with the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate related Financial Disclosures (TCFD). Available as a managed service with batch reporting and customization capabilities.


Climate Value-at-Risk report

Climate Value-at-Risk
report
Climate Value-at-Risk (Climate VaR) is designed to provide a forward- looking and return-based valuation assessment to measure climate related risks and opportunities in an investment portfolio. The report offers deep insights into how climate change could affect company valuations. It is available as a managed service.

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Climate Data & Metrics

ESG Manager and BarraOne

Create, run and save analysis, download company level reports using a powerful web-based application.


Custom data exports

Climate Data & Metrics

Custom data exports

Export your analysis in your preferred file type including Excel, CSV, EDS flat file via FTP or API.


Climate VaR report

Climate Data & Metrics

Climate VaR report

Receive portfolio level Climate VaR reports via managed service.


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Take the next step in your TCFD reporting with MSCI climate reporting solutions

The G20 Financial Stability Board’s Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) released recommendations in June 2017, which highlighted the importance of using scenario analysis to assess climate change related impacts within the financial sector.

It calls for the assessment of both the risk and opportunity side of transition and physical climate change impacts, and creates a reporting framework that allows institutions to prepare themselves for upcoming regulations.

MSCI’s TCFD based reporting brief is aimed at institutional investors intending to report on their climate transition risk management processes according to the TCFD recommendations.

 

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MSCI ESG Research LLC. is a Registered Investment Adviser under the Investment Adviser Act of 1940. The most recent SEC Form ADV filing, including Form ADV Part 2A, is available on the U.S. SEC’s website at www.adviserinfo.sec.gov.

MIFID2/MIFIR notice: MSCI ESG Research LLC does not distribute or act as an intermediary for financial instruments or structured deposits, nor does it deal on its own account, provide execution services for others or manage client accounts. No MSCI ESG Research product or service supports, promotes or is intended to support or promote any such activity. MSCI ESG Research is an independent provider of ESG data, reports and ratings based on published methodologies and available to clients on a subscription basis.  We do not provide custom or one-off ratings or recommendations of securities or other financial instruments upon request.

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