2 See 2DII: PACTA: Taking the Temperature of Financial Assets (the last call was given on September 9, 2020); available at 2degrees-investing.org/resource/pacta-taking-the-temperature-of-financial-assets (`PACTA: Taking the Temperature`). 1 See 2DII resource (accessed September 9, 2020); available at: 2degrees-investing.org/resource/pacta/. Commercially available on the basis of a project, customer loyalty agreement or through a partnership search agreement for asset holders. The results of the PACTA 2020 climate impact test will be presented to Swiss participants on 19 and 20 November. Participation in these workshops is limited to participating institutions. If you have participated in the Swiss PACTA 2020 test and have not yet received an invitation to the workshop, please email us pacta2020@2degrees-investing.org. 12 See 2DII: PACTA methodology reaches new milestones (published July 29, 2020); available at: 2degrees-investing.org/pacta-methodology-hits-new-milestones/. PRI Reporting Framework Indicator SG 13.8CC invites signatories to choose from a list of the climate reference scenarios they use. In the following table, you`ll find an overview of these scenarios. Regional carbon price information is then combined with a company`s greenhouse gas emissions and financial performance data to provide an overview of carbon price risks by 2030.

Customers can mix and customize different modules. In addition, we offer a number of support options such as results interpretation, custom modeling and portfolio optimization consulting. In September 2020, 2DII also launched PACTA for Banks, a free open-source toolkit to analyze climate scenarios for the business credit sector. PACTA for Banks has been developed in the world`s leading banks, universities and NGOs, and allows users to measure the direction of their corporate loan portfolios using climate scenarios towards important climate-related sectors and technologies. In 2018, the 2-Investment Initiative (“2DII”) – an international non-profit think tank that, for the direction of financial markets and regulation, introduced the goal of the Paris Agreement to keep global temperature rise well below 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels this century – the Paris Agreement Capital Transition Instrument (“PACTA”). Recognizing that participants had assessed climate risk and its effects in the past using a “retrograde carbon footprint,” 2DII created the PACTA tool to help investors assess “the extent to which business investments and industrial investments behind a given portfolio of equities, bonds or loans are adapted to different climate scenarios”2 and allow investors to test their portfolios by analyzing the effects of the various physical, legal and transient risks associated with climate change. The instrument aims to enable financial institutions, major regulators, central banks and international banks to understand how their portfolios or portfolios held by an entity subject to prudential supervision are in line with the objectives of the Paris Agreement. Originally, the scope of PACTA 2020 valuations focused on asset portfolios. Subsequently, 2DII and several European banks worked together to develop a framework for assessing banks` credit accounts according to the PACTA methodology.