Government, business leaders and industry regulators know that climate change represents a systemic financial risk that can no longer be ignored.

Finity can help insurers and banks navigate climate change science
and quantify their exposure to climate risk at a granular level.

Climate
disclosures

Concerns about the threat to global financial stability from climate-related risks have culminated in the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Risk Disclosure (TCFD) releasing a globally consistent framework for climate disclosures. This has received widespread support from investor groups, regulators and financial institutions.

Industry leading
natural peril models

Our natural peril models, provide accurate address level risk
information for each property in Australia. Using the available
science we re-calibrate
these models for a future warmed
environment to provide an understanding of how this risk will change under various future scenarios.

Scenario
testing

With significant uncertainty around
the range of possible future outcomes, scenario testing can be used to enhance the strategic conversation about the future. We can help determine what scenarios will provide the most value to your organisation and help articulate the impact of these scenarios on your business.

Financial
modelling process

We can work with you to build a
financial model that is needed to measure climate risk impacts i.e. translating changes in the physical
risk into financial impacts. This will be a robust and flexible process that can incorporate the science as it
continues to evolve.

Listen to climate insurance experts,
Tim Andrews and Pulkit Jain
answer these questions and more...

Contact us to discuss how to navigate climate risk.

Tim Andrews

Tim Andrews

Ph  +61 2 8252 3385
Mobile  +61 405 189 549
tim.andrews@finity.com.au

Tim Andrews

Pulkit Jain

Ph  +61 2 8252 3370
Mobile  +61 425 277 915
pulkit.jain@finity.com.au

We work with you to understand your exposures as well as ensure compliance with these TCFD recommendations, APRA expectations and also director’s legal obligations.