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Anthony Chan

Anthony Chan

Vice President, MSCI Research

Anthony Chan’s research focuses on climate change and energy transition challenges. Prior to joining MSCI, Anthony was a climate risk manager supporting a commercial bank’s transition planning efforts. He also served eight years with the Singapore public service in water and environmental management and international relations. Anthony graduated with a master’s in chemical engineering from Imperial College London. He is a certified Financial Risk Manager (FRM) and a Sustainability and Climate Risk (SCR) certificate holder.

Research and Insights

Articles by Anthony Chan

    Steering Toward an Aligned Portfolio

    Research Report | Jun 11, 2024 | Kenji Watanabe, Anthony Chan, Kuldeep Yadav, Siyao He, Anett Husi, Tanguy Séné, Sylvain Vanston

    Using MSCI Climate Change Metrics and the Net Zero Investment Framework, we assessed listed companies in developed and emerging markets to see how well they were aligned with the goals of the Paris Agreement and global net-zero emissions by 2050.

    APAC Climate Action Progress Report

    Research Report | May 28, 2024 | Xiaoshu Wang, Jakub Malich, S.K. Kim, Anthony Chan, Kuldeep Yadav, Siyao He, Feifan Huang, Kenji Watanabe

    APAC firms are increasingly disclosing value-chain emissions and climate targets, reflecting progress in climate transparency. Smaller companies, however, lag in this area, and potentially face growing investor and regulatory pressure for disclosures. 

    Voluntary Carbon Markets — the APAC View

    2 mins read Quick Take | May 17, 2024 | Anthony Chan, Jamie Lambert

    Amid the debate over the voluntary carbon market’s role in corporate decarbonization, we investigated trends in the Asia-Pacific region. Which are the markets leading the way and what role are the region’s authorities playing? 

    Unpacking COP28 Commitments to Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency

    Research Report | Mar 4, 2024 | Kenji Watanabe, Anthony Chan, Kuldeep Yadav, Siyao He, Sylvain Vanston

    Scaling up renewable-energy and energy-efficiency solutions are key steps in driving the transition away from fossil fuels in energy systems. Our analysis of low-carbon patents, fuel mix and renewable-energy targets may help identify where the opportunities lie.