Climate Risks and Opportunities:  Insights from S&P Global Market Intelligence

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Key Considerations When Assessing Climate Risk

The European Central Bank’s (ECB) 2022 climate stress test revealed considerable data and methodological gaps that banks will need to address to measure and manage climate risk. We surveyed credit 
risk professionals within commercial banks in September 2022 to assess how far along the journey they are to building a robust climate risk stress-testing framework, which revealed the following insights.

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have not started or are in the initial planning stages of assessing climate risks


felt the main challenge of quantifying climate related risks is having methodology to link climate scenarios to financial impact at the counterparty/obligor level


are beginning to look for robust climate risk tools and models

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Using Scenarios to Evaluate the Medium- to Long-Term Impact of Transition and Physical Climate Risks on Credit Quality

Given the extended time horizons to evaluate the implications of climate change, pricing long-term customer and supplier relationships correctly requires the use of suitable medium- and long-term scenarios that capture the capital investments needed to reduce polluting emissions, pay higher carbon taxes and mitigate the asset depreciation or damages caused by physical events, such as hurricanes and wildfires. Together, these factors can have a profound impact on customers’ and suppliers’ profitability and credit risk.

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