Residents in Water’s Edge RV Park repair damage caused by Hurricane Michael on October 15, 2018 in Panama City, Florida. Extreme weather events such as hurricanes are forcing asset managers to have a closer look at their investments. Photo: Getty Images/AFP

Investment firms take climate change seriously as they look to mitigate risks to their portfolio

  • Study shows that property assets exposed to risk of flooding and rising sea levels have seen their values diminish rapidly
Topic |   Climate change

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Residents in Water’s Edge RV Park repair damage caused by Hurricane Michael on October 15, 2018 in Panama City, Florida. Extreme weather events such as hurricanes are forcing asset managers to have a closer look at their investments. Photo: Getty Images/AFP
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