CRIS covers 7 direct, acute and chronic climate hazards. These hazards are studied for 3 IPCC climate change scenarios and 2 future time horizons.
CRIS analyzes 9 indirect climate hazards, which allows for the consideration of geophysical, economic and social factors that could increase the intensity of direct hazards.
CRIS covers all economic sectors, according to a classification of 60 sectors. CRIS takes into account an exhaustive list of financial impacts on fixed assets, expenses and revenues.
CRIS covers 210 countries for sovereign risk. The vulnerability of countries takes into account the exposure, sensitivity and adaptive capacity of each country to each climate hazard.
For a company operating in different geographic regions and sectors, CRIS builds a risk rating for each business and geographic segment of that company.
The ratings calculated for each activity and geographic region are then aggregated at the company level in order to quickly identify the differences in risks incurred by companies.
The ratings for each underlying asset are ultimately aggregated across the portfolio under review. This final rating helps to understand and manage the portfolio's level of risk.
The user benefits from a global evaluation of the physical risks, which makes it possible to integrate the analysis into the company’s reporting in accordance with TCFD recommendations and existing regulations (e. g. Article 173).
CRIS also provides access to more in-depth evaluations, such as:
The user thus benefits from a more detailed and exhaustive assessment, which enables the company to better manage climate risk and engage in a dialogue with the underlying companies.