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Climate change is a subject that’s showing up in conversations and headlines at an increasing rate. Corporations and businesses around the world have started to recognize that this is one of the most difficult challenges that they face. The changing climate can affect businesses in the long-term and specialist teams are working tirelessly on investments and creating plans that will lead to a greener future for everyone involved.
The Task Force on Climate-Related Disclosures is a different form of reporting—instead of asking businesses about their plans for meeting specific climate commitments according to their green goals, this consists of data regarding the affect of climate change on a business, as well as the measures that have been taken to prevent it.
Through ourTCDF analytics services, your fintech company can gain a deeper understanding of the uncertainties and risks that businesses may face in hypothetical futures. This will help your investors make better decisions and shape their investment strategies accordingly. Performing a TCFD scenario analysis by yourself can be rather demanding and challenging due to the number of complexities that are involved in the process. This highly analytical job is best left to a company like OWL ESG—our finance team’s commitment is unmatched.
Our high-quality TCFD online tools analyze forward-looking and historical scenarios as well as any physical risks associated with supporting climate-related disclosures according to the TCFD’s guidelines. This voluntary framework has now become mandatory in many countries in order to increase businesses’ level of transparency using disclosures providing consistent information to market participants. We can quantify any climate-related risks and financial opportunities and help you turn simple metrics into forward-thinking actions for your clients.
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