Climate change and future flooding: assessing climate risk across the financial sector

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Climate change is happening now and firms across the financial sector need to start assessing its impacts.

It’s widely expected that climate change will affect insurability of properties, long term investment decisions, product development, the ability to meet sustainability goals and more, with many firms starting to consider the role of climate change in
future planning and decision making.

This has been furthered by increasing regulatory requirements both in the UK and around the world.

In our latest eBook, we explore the impacts of climate change on the physical risk of flooding, why firms need to start assessing this risk now, and the data available to help them do so.

The eBook covers:

  • Evidence of climate change impact on flood risk and extreme events
  • Regulatory moves across the UK and the globe, including upcoming CBES requirements
  • Impacts increased flood risk could have on financial organisations including insurers, banks, lenders, and asset managers
  • JBA data available to help assess the risk, including our first of its kind Climate Change Analytics and UK Climate Change Flood Model

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