The financial and economic implications arising from climate change will directly impact investments in the short- and long-term. Financial institutions looking to assess and address these impacts can use climate scenario analysis to understand how different climate-related risks and opportunities could manifest and impact investment portfolios as the world enters an increasingly uncertain future.

ClimateMAPS - Ortec Finance’s award-winning climate scenario analysis solution, in partnership with Cambridge Econometrics, can help pension funds, insurance companies, sovereign wealth funds and asset managers assess their portfolio’s climate risk exposure and quantify these risks, as well as opportunities, across 600+ financial and economic variables. The insights gained can be used to inform strategic asset allocation decisions, undertake stress-testing exercises and adhere to global TCFD, ISSB and other sustainability-related reporting frameworks. 

ClimateMAPS is independent and science-based, has extensive transition, physical and market risk coverage and generates comprehensive forward-looking risk-return analytics.

  • Independent
  • Extensive
  • Comprehensive
ClimateMAPS independent
  • Choose between a full suite of climate scenario options including in-house Ortec Finance climate scenarios, publicly-available reference scenarios and bespoke scenarios.
  • Access climate scenarios that incorporate globally recognized and market-leading models, including Ortec Finance’s stochastic financial model and Cambridge Econometrics E3ME macro-econometric model. 
ClimateMAPS extensive
  • Gain quantified financial insights that capture a wide range of systemic transition, physical and market risks.
  • Explore these risks further with an interactive qualitative scenario explorer. 
ClimateMAPS comprehensive
  • Obtain realistic insights with a wide range of risk-return metrics up to 40 years ahead that includes 600+ economic and financial variables and conventional and low carbon benchmarks
  • Assess impacts further with asset class and sector financial variables on a country level

Our climate scenario whitepapers

The ambition of Ortec Finance is to offer a combination of solutions that help investors to integrate climate change into their decision making in a consistent and seamless way. Ortec Finance provides a unique combination of economic scenarios and narrative-based climate scenarios that supports such integrated and consistent analyses.

For more information about incorporating climate risk into investment decision making please read:

Generating useful financial insights with a credible climate scenario analysis.

Learn how you can gain a quantified understanding of how climate change may impact investments with climate scenario analysis.

Unlocking the true value of climate scenarios.

Discover the differences between the various types of narrative-based climate scenarios

From climate risk analysis to investment decision making.

Understand how economic scenarios and narrative-based climate scenarios can be utilized together to incorporate climate risk into investment decision-making

Using ClimateMAPS

Understand financial impacts

Understand the financial impacts of different climate scenarios

Undertake portfolio stress test

Undertake a portfolio stress test exercise

Integrate climate change

Integrate climate change into investment beliefs, strategic asset allocation, selection and monitoring

Include climate risks

Include climate risks in a risk register and develop a mitigating action plan

ClimateMAPS can be utilized with our economic scenario solution to help investors incorporate climate risk into investment decision-making. Click here for more information.

The fundamentals of climate scenario analysis for investors - Webinar

Watch our 20 minute webinar to find out how climate scenario analysis can specifically help investors understand climate change's impact on investments.

Ready to learn more about how ClimateMAPS can help you prepare your investments for the impacts of climate change?

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We invite you to subscribe to Radar, our quarterly newsletter designed to help financial institutions and investors gain insights on how climate change-related impacts can be integrated into an investment process to help enable an effective transition to net-zero. Previous topics include the role of climate scenarios in the investment process and whether climate change could trigger a global financial crisis.  

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Our other innovative climate solutions  

Here at Ortec Finance, we believe that addressing climate risks is an integral part of the investment process and expect climate solutions to become essential in enabling the global investment community to effectively transition to net-zero. To support the investment community, our Climate & ESG Solutions team is continuing to explore and develop additional climate solutions for the future. Learn more about these initiatives below. 

About Cambridge Econometrics

Cambridge Econometrics is an award-winning economics consultancy based in Cambridge (UK), Brussels, Budapest and Northampton, Massachusetts. Their globally recognised macroeconomic model E3ME underpins its rigorous and independent approach to helping clients make evidence-based investment and policy decisions with confidence, providing clear, intelligent and actionable insights.

E3ME fuels Cambridge Econometric’s strategic partnership with Ortec Finance through simulating interactions and dynamics of the economy for climate scenario analysis, testing the impact of different global temperature pathways and assessing the impact of physical and transitional climate-related risks.


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