Climate Action Series – Session 2. Climate scenario analysis: building a framework fit for investment integration.

In this session, Jeremy Lawson, Chief Economist and Head of the ASI Research Institute, leads a discussion on our cutting-edge climate scenario analysis framework. The panel highlights how the framework can be applied to better identify climate-related investment risks and opportunities. We believe it is possible to build low-carbon portfolios that closely match benchmarks. Our research shows that portfolios with a climate tilt can deliver similar or better performance in most regions and under most scenarios.

 
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Risk warning

Risk Warning

The value of investments, and the income from them, can go down as well as up and you may get back less than the amount invested.