Vividsupports finance sector clients to prepare for and benefit from a sustainablefuture
We offer a diverse range of services includingeconomic and financial modelling and forecasting, market and policy intelligence, performance measurement and evaluation, fund and instrument design, and transaction advisory. We combineexpert knowledge of social and environmental issues with a deep understanding of how financial markets function and how they are affected by a range of micro- and macroeconomic dynamics.
Ourfinance work quantifies the physical and transition impacts of climate change for financial institutions and advises on actions to mitigate risks and access opportunities
We provide bespoke scenario analysis, supported by research on current trends in policies and markets. Weestimate transition impacts such as carbon costs, demand destruction and green upside using Vivid’s proprietaryNet Zero Toolkitwhich incorporates macro, land-use and energy system models, developed with leading academic institutions. For physical risk, we leverage our relationships with leading insurance experts and climate modellers to assess the impacts of the acute and chronic effects of climate change. Our comprehensive offering enables assessment across a range of asset classes, including equities, fixed income, infrastructure, real estate and commodities.
Our public finance work looks at how public funds should be allocated to support sustainable investment, and how to structure these investments
This draws on our deep understanding of public and development finance systems and architectures, and our demonstrated expertise in designing financial instruments, funds and institutions to maximise the value from public capital and to crowd–in private investment in green sectors.
We have a broad set of clients that highlights our expert understanding of the interactions between public and private finance
Our clients include private banks, asset managers, institutional investors and insurers, national and multilateral development banks, development finance institutions, industry organisations, and national governments and agencies. This gives us a unique perspective of a variety of financial actors and the key issues relevant to the industry today.