Sita Subramanian is a member of MSCI’s research team focused on global ESG and climate policy. She is responsible for monitoring and analyzing sustainable-finance-related regulatory and public-policy developments. Sita holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Michigan, Stephen M. Ross School of Business.
Research and Insights
Articles by Sita Subramanian
Funds and the State of European Sustainable FinanceResearch Report | Jul 18, 2023 |
We assess the degree of sustainability-related disclosures for European-domiciled funds, their performance on, and disclosure of, select adverse impact indicators, and exposure to sustainable investments.
The Fed's Pilot — Are Banks Prepared for the Climate Transition?5 mins read Blog | Jun 27, 2023 |
Regulators around the world are focusing on climate-related scenario analysis to assess banks’ climate-risk exposure and their preparedness for the low-carbon transition. We look at the Fed’s pilot to see how the six biggest U.S. banks stack up.
The Fed Mulls Climate Risk and Swifties Sue Live NationPodcast | Jan 27, 2023 |
The US central bank wants climate data from the country’s “big six” banks. It’s a telling shift and one that is echoed across several jurisdictions. We look at what this means for both banks and their investors. Then we jump into the mosh pit of ticket sales to figure out why Live Nation and Ticketmaster keep landing in the headlines.
Climate Stress Tests: Upping the Ante for Banks and Insurers6 mins read Blog | Sep 16, 2022 |
When institutional investors and financial supervisors seek to understand climate risk exposures of banks and insurers, they look to climate scenario analysis.