Sustainable Investment

Sustainable Investment

For more than 30 years, Cambridge Econometrics has been partnering with clients and collaborators to tackle diverse economic, social, and environmental issues. Through advanced data analysis and economic modelling, we deliver valuable, evidence-based insights.

Our Service

  • Expert support in developing bespoke climate scenario analysis using the latest modelling innovation and data insights
  • Globally recognised TCFD and NGFS-aligned macroeconomic modelling
  • In-depth analysis of the impact of roll out of new low carbon technologies, climate mitigation policies and physical manifestations of climate change
  • Interpretation support to inform risk assessments
  • Regular scenario updates drawing on the latest data and policy developments 

Quantifying climate risk

Talk to Principal Economist János Hidi

János Hidi, Principal Economist for Sustainable Investment

János Hidi leads the Sustainable Investment team, specialising in the application of economic analysis to inform decision makers in the fields of energy and sustainable investment. János has eighteen years of experience in successfully applying economic analysis to support policy and business decisions.

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Key features of our macroeconomic model E3ME

  • Detailed sectoral disaggregation
  • Econometric approach
  • Path dependency in policy and technology
  • Global coverage with national analysis

Partnership with Ortec Finance

In partnership with Ortec Finance, we offer ClimateMAPS, an Award-winning service that generates forward-looking risk-return analytics to map a portfolio’s exposure to climate risk and opportunities. The solution is independent and distinctive, has comprehensive risk coverage and is customizable to client-specific assumptions. It can be widely utilised by financial institutions, ranging from investigating the financial impacts of different climate pathways to reporting to stakeholders in line with TCFD recommendations. The resulting systemic climate risk-aware scenarios provide a unique set of quantified climate-adjusted economic and financial outlooks up to 2060 differentiated by country and global warming pathway.

Read more about our approach to climate scenario analysis modelling for The Actuary magazine.

Get in touch with our expert

János Hidi Principal Economist for Sustainable Investment [email protected]

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