Out now: Climate Risk Modeling Solutions, 2023: Market and Vendor Landscape

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In recent years, the urgency to address climate-related risks has intensified. Long-term increases in the frequency and severity of climate events, coupled with an increase in physical assets and infrastructure, has necessitated the development of complex, yet reliable, models in the physical and transitional risk space.

This report explores the intricacies of climate risk modeling workflows and the challenges and controversies currently facing practitioners in this evolving field, and considers where the field is heading.

Contains three RiskTech Quadrants.

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