Blackrock will enhance Aladdin Climate with feedback from asset managers

Blackrock's risk management platform got a new module this month. Aladdin Climate will be further developed with feedback from asset managers, Blackrock's Christian Hyldahl tells AMWatch. At Bankinvest, CEO Lars Bo Bertram is deciding whether to go for Aladdin Climate or MSCI's new similar addition.

Christian Hyldahl, Co-Head of Continental Europe and Head of the Nordic region at Blackrock. | Photo: PR/Blackrock

Earlier this month, Blackrock launched a new tool to on its risk management platform, Aladdin. The new tool, Aladdin Climate, is designed to help asset managers quantify and report any exposures to climate risk.

"The new module Aladdin Climate helps investors to quantify climate risk – measuring both the physical risk of climate change and the risks to portfolios to a low-carbon model, using a very sophisticated, unique combination of data sources," Christian Hyldahl, co-head of Continental Europe and head of the Nordic region at Blackrock, tells AMWatch in a written answer.

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