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How to invest in climate-resilient infrastructure?

About this event

Are you investing in infrastructure assets such as utilities, renewables and transportation? Do you need to provide reliable returns over the long term e.g. 10 years, 15 years and beyond?

Over this timespan, the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events may increase. For investors, this may mean operational and financial loses leading to diminishing returns. Furthermore, investors are under increasing regulatory pressure to comply with new regulation that makes the disclosure of asset-level climate risk mandatory.

Integrating climate risk assessment into your investment decision-making is no longer a "nice to have", it is a necessity.

In this webinar, Kate Roger, our Head of Climate Risk will chat with Della Wang, Director, ESG at Fengate Asset Management about how to understand and actively manage climate risk when making investment decisions.

We will cover:

  • How to incorporate climate risk assessment into your traditional due diligence cycles: pre-transaction DD, portfolio resilience planning, and divestment decisions
  • How to help your portfolio companies invest in climate change preparedness by providing losses vs. return data that takes climate risk into account.
  • How to enhance resilience and foster a culture of sustainability and innovation within your firm
  • Case study: how Fengate, an asset management firm with over $35 billion in AuM, uses EarthScan to analyse and mitigate climate risks, from flooding to extreme temperature fluctuations

Hosted by

  • Team member
    Kate Rodger

  • Guest speaker
    Della Wang Director, ESG @ Fengate Asset Management

EarthScan by Mitiga Solutions

Analyse, report and act on the climate risk facing your infrastructure investments.

EarthScan is the self-serve platform that lets you gain asset-level, customized insight into the climate risk facing your business assets. EarthScan is powered by Mitiga Solutions. To learn more, visit: