Transition Risk: Portfolio Considerations Amid Increasing Carbon-Emission Controls and Climate-Related Regulations
The growing concerns of climate change are becoming an issue for more insurers, and regulators are picking up the mantle as well. One result is a need for insurers to better understand transition risk, i.e., the investment risks - and opportunities – that may arise in response to how efforts to reduce carbon emissions may affect market conditions.

In our latest Viewpoint, “Transition Risk: Portfolio Considerations Amid Increasing Carbon-Emission Controls and Climate-Related Regulations,” authors Matt Daly, Head of Corporate and Municipal Teams, and Denzil De Bie, Head of Credit Research – Europe, explain how adding a transition-risk perspective enhances our credit analysis. This deeper understanding in turn may help insurers enhance the long-term value of their investments.
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