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Central Banks

With net zero announcements, advancing technologies and the increasing strength and frequency of natural disasters, climate change has moved from a peripheral issue to a key element of financial stability and macroprudential policy.

We are here to help you have access to the right data and inputs to conduct an effective NGFS-aligned climate stress test and understand the changing landscape in which the banks and firms operating in your country are experiencing.

Cambridge Econometrics’ global macroeconomic model E3ME has the following features:

Here are three ways in which we can help researchers at central banks:

  1. Provide data inputs on energy policy, sectoral output, employment, and inflation
  2. Bespoke climate scenario analysis which can be customised in line with National Energy and Climate Plans
  3. Localised economic scenario analysis at national level

Our Sustainable Investment work

Mercer: Investing in a Time of Climate Change – The Sequel

Commissioned by Mercer, ‘Investing in a Time of Climate Change – The Sequel’ presents the results of climate scenario analysis assessing the effects of climate related physical risks and the transition to a low-carbon economy. The report looks at the consequences on the ...

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Climate impact assessment for the Central Bank of Hungary

This study commissioned by the Central Bank of Hungary calculated the impacts of climate-related scenarios with varying levels of global climate action for the Hungarian economy. The research is unique in that in tackles a small country in Central Europe, which is usually not ...

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The Role of Climate Change Scenarios in Investment Porftolios

Commissioned by Singaporean investment entity GIC, this report presents the results of assessing the impact of climate scenario analysis on long term capital market returns. The climate transition will impact expected returns and market volatility due to climate-related transiti...

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Have the NGFS and the Bank of England missed an opportunity to drive the race to net zero?

Cambridge Econometrics conducted analysis with strategic partner Ortec Finance in response to two influential reports published in June 2021. The NGFS published its second iteration of climate scenarios, and the Bank of England published the second iteration of its Climate Bienni...

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Sustainable investment: investing in a time of climate change

We help financial institutions plan for the future and implement the recommendations of the Task-force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) using our in-house macroeconomic model: We provide you with: national and global analysis of the transitional impacts a...

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Contact János Hidi

János Hidi Sustainable Investment Manager [email protected]






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