S&P Global Market Intelligence has added climate-related physical risk metrics to its Climate Credit Analytics tool in a tie-up with management consulting firm Oliver Wyman.
The product will be powered by S&P Sustainable1 data on more than 20,000 companies to help financial institutions assess their portfolio exposure to the risks associated with climate change.
Climate Credit Analytics was launched in 2021 with Oliver Wyman. The latest addition maps corporate data across seven climate change-related hazards.
“This new release will serve banks, insurers, asset managers, asset owners and corporate risk managers to quantify climate risks in an even more thorough manner and thereby more readily integrate into business decisions and client engagement,” said Oliver Wyman partner and vice chairman of financial services for the Americas John Colas.
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