Climate change is a financial issue, and climate risk is financial risk, with hard-hitting implications for businesses, lenders and investors.
There’s no shortage of data available today, but how do you translate that data into actionable risk-intelligence at an asset and portfolio level, apply future-based scenarios, and build models that estimate potential losses?
Watch the webinar on-demand to learn:
Why understanding flood risk should be at the top of your climate risk agenda
How flood-risk data can be translated into actionable insights at an asset and portfolio level
How you can leverage climate scenario analysis to estimate potential impact on asset and portfolio value
Why asset owners, lenders and investors are turning to physical risk and catastrophe models to mitigate exposure
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