Financial Sector

The financial sector plays a critical role in driving the transition to a sustainable economy. As such, it is important for financial institutions to closely monitor their portfolios ESG performance in order to mitigate many related risks.

Why tracking portfolio carbon footprint and ESG performance is crucial for financial institutions?

  • Risk Management

    Identify and manage ESG-related risks, such as physical risks from extreme weather events and transition risks associated with the shift to a low-carbon economy.

  • Investment Opportunities

    Identify investment opportunities in the emerging low-carbon and sustainable economy.

  • Regulatory Compliance

    Ensure compliance with regulations requirements and avoid potential penalties.

  • Stakeholder Engagement

    Engage with stakeholders, including customers, investors, and employees, who are increasingly concerned about sustainability and climate change and the role of the financial sector in addressing it.


Enhanced Risk Management

Identify sustainability risks and opportunities and integrate this information into their risk management strategies.


Improved Investment Decisions

Data can provide valuable insights into a company's sustainability performance, which can help in making informed investment decisions and sustainable investments.


Increased Transparency

Ensure that companies are accurately reporting their ESG and emissions data, increasing transparency and trust in the financial sector.


Competitive Advantage

By incorporating ESG and emissions data into investment decisions, financial institutions can gain a competitive advantage by positioning themselves as leaders in sustainable finance.


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