Climate Risk Scoring

Quantify change in climate risks across all future scenarios and time periods

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Climate Risk Scoring in brief

Various modelling scenarios
Property Risk Scores, from 2020 to 2100, based on all major emission scenarios.
Multiple risks covered
Provides standalone or aggregated risk information for all major perils.
Wide range of uses
Multiple use cases including future asset planning, strategy setting, stress testing (e.g. CBES) and business continuity management.
Worldwide coverage
Analysis on any exposure type for any location across the world.

Analyse susceptibility to long term increases in risk through climate change

Twinn is leading the way in the development of future facing climate change physical risk data which consider the full range of emissions scenarios and considers climate outcomes across a range of time epochs.

Climate risk scoring simplifies the process of determining sensitivity to change and achieving regulatory compliance by removing the challenges of working with highly dimensional large datasets.

We can provide climate scores for any level of exposure aggregation (property, postcode/ district, country) and hazard aggregation (individual hazard, hazard type or all combined). This enables easy identification and comparison of climate risks across multiple assets or geographical locations.

Our instantaneous online platform or API systems enhance our customers ability to work efficiently and cost effectively.

Our unique approach means that future risks can be quantified for any given year or across any required timeframe. This important innovation means that any organisation can consider each risk based on the exact duration of an investment, mortgage, or insurance policy.

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"The demonstration and understanding of the risks and impact of climate change is woven into our purpose and is central to our thinking, planning and decision making. The Risk Scores with benchmarking of internationally recognised scenarios provides the opportunity to evaluate the flooding, subsidence and coastal erosion risks associated with our whole lending book and enables climate risk informed decisions for new lending propositions."
David Turner,
Finance Systems & Data Analyst, Ecology Building Society
Mark Nunns - Global Commercial Director, Climate Resilience


Global Commercial Director, Climate Resilience