More than three-quarters of CEOs and CFOs at the world’s largest companies say their firms aren’t prepared for the adverse financial impact of climate change, according to a new study commissioned by FM Global.
Seventy-seven per cent (77%) of CEOs and CFOs surveyed said their organizations weren’t prepared for the impact of climate change, and 82% believed their companies would have somewhat to no control over such an impact on their business, FM Global said. Seventy-six per cent (76%) of respondents said their organizations were somewhat to significantly exposed to climate risk, listing floods, droughts and wildfires as the top three exposures that “concern their companies most” and “could most negatively affect their financials.”
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