Intro - GeoSpatial 2024

The transition to a low-carbon economy is taking longer than expected, while physical risks from climate change are accelerating. Physical risks and biodiversity are a critical financial factor, affecting not only companies but investors, insurers and banks.

Numbers - GeoSpatial 2024

  • $300 billionof damages from a record number of extreme weather events that hit Earth in 2023.1

  • 50%of global economic output is dependent on functioning ecosystems, while biodiversity is on the verge of collapse over the coming decade.2

After cards - GeoSpatial 2024

Physical risks from climate change are accelerating globally, but impacts are felt at the local level. Geospatial intelligence of where a company operates is essential for risk management, investment/lending due-diligence, regulatory compliance, and corporate engagement.

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Manage risk at the asset level

MSCI GeoSpatial Asset Intelligence is designed to help you identify the operational assets that matter. Powered by AI for data collection processes, mapping capabilities and enhanced coverage on-demand, our technology enables drill-down insights into physical risk & nature and their financial impacts from your portfolio or loan book to individual locations.

Geospatial Asset Intelligence enables drill-down insights into physical risks and nature from your portfolio or loan book to individual physical asset locations3

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  • Identify asset locations

    Gain insight from global, detailed, company-linked asset location data with MSCI’s AI-powered Geospatial intelligence.

    Submit your own real estate locations for a full portfolio picture across asset classes

  • Explore nature and physical hazards

    Understand location-specific exposure to physical hazards and nature risks. Uncover the likelihood and severity of a hazard at a given corporate or real estate location.

  • Quantify financial impact

    Translate physical risk to financial impacts including asset damage and business interruption for any corporate facility or real estate building.

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Find out more about MSCI GeoSpatial Asset Intelligence

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The MSCI Difference

Acquiring asset-level data, especially data tied to corporates, can be challenging.

  • Drill-down view for locations that matter to you

    Continuously expanding, detailed location-based data of 70K public and private companies with over 1M4 locations.

    Zoom in any asset location, explore by hazard type, climate scenario or point in time. Our extensive core mapping file enables easy look-up and matching of any identifier in your portfolio with our large asset location core universe.

  • Portfolio coverage across asset classes

    Enhance your coverage where it is most relevant to you. We expand our coverage universe on request for missing companies or funds, adding relevant location data. Additionally, submit your real estate locations on-the-fly.

  • AI Enabled

    In collaboration with Google Cloud, we use AI and Large Language Models to enhance our data collection and querying processes to fuel the calculations that power our solution.

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Footnotes - GeoSpatial 2024

  • 1 Source: Yale Climate Connections. 2024. “A record 63 billion-dollar weather disasters hit Earth in 2023”."
  • 2 Source: Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES). 2020. "The Global Assessment Report on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services."
  • 3 Source: MSCI ESG Research, as of June 27, 2024.
  • 4 Source: MSCI ESG Research, as of June 27, 2024