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For the financial sector there are significant reasons to deal intensively with the topic of sustainability or ESG risks. In its guide on climate-related and environmental risks the European Central Bank (ECB) defines these risks as sources of structural change that affect economic activity and, in turn, the financial system.


For banks, this means, for example, that climate risks pose financial risks when they materialize, for example, as physical climate risks in the case of financial losses, such as floods, or as transition risks in the case of the rapid devaluation of CO2-intensive assets. At the same time, however, a changing market and demand for environmental and social products and services also present significant economic opportunities.


Our services for the financial sector:


  • Sustainability risk and opportunity analysis (according to TCFD, among others).

  • Co2 footprint of the loan portfolio and development of transition roadmaps

  • Roadmaps and strategies for the implementation of the EU taxonomy

  • Benchmarking, mapping and competitor analysis in the area of sustainability

  • Development and operationalization of an ESG strategy

  • Support in the development of sustainable financial products

Selected references from our work with the financial services industry

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