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The challenges you face

The insurance industry is entering a new chapter and has a leading role regarding its response to climate change. Regulatory bodies are asking questions about what actions should be taken by insurance companies in order to deal with the changing environment. Insurers need to take not only a strategic approach to climate risks across all aspects of their business (life, non-life, captives, etc.), but also a more proactive role in fighting the climate crisis and improving sustainability. Otherwise, climate risk will have a deep impact on insurability and pricing of certain assets or events.

The answer we provide

  • Due diligence, risk and impact assessment
  • Definition of strategies and implementation
  • Non-financial reporting (GRI, SASB, IR, CDP, TCFD, etc.)
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Climate change, circularity and other environmental issues
  • Health & Safety and Human Rights
  • Ethics and governance

The services we offer

Some of the standards we work with

  • European emissions trading system (EU ETS)
  • EU Directive 2014/95/EU – on disclosure of non-financial and diversity information by certain large undertakings and groups (NFRD)
  • Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP)
  • Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TFCD)
  • ISO (14001 I 50001 I etc.)

The reasons why they choose us

  • Long-term sustainability expertise: our firm is 100% focused on integrating sustainability into organizations
  • Strategic & operational experience: our team is organized and specialized by industry and markets to meet sectorial challenges
  • Customization: our services are adapted to the organizations’ size, corporate culture and sustainability maturity
  • Cross-standards approach: we work with international standards to meet complementary regulatory and normative requirements, and create bridges
  • Independence: providing our clients with independent advisory