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MSCI Climate Risk report
|MSCI Climate Risk & TCFD Report|
|Designed to assess climate related
risks and opportunities and to
align with the recommendations
of the Task Force on Climate related
Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
Available as a managed service
with batch reporting and customization
Climate Value at Risk report
Key features and benefits
TCFD-alignment Duplicate 6
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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