Guidehouse's sustainable finance consultants help investors and governments understand future market trends and efficiently allocate capital to smart, low-carbon, and resilient solutions.
Research and market assessment We develop tools and approaches for the financial sector to track transition drivers and identify investment risks and sustainable opportunities. We prepare reports compliant with the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosure (TCFD) recommendations.
Portfolio risk and opportunities assessment Guidehouse develops tools to assess financial portfolios and identify climate-related risks and opportunities. We help implement accredited carbon accounting systems, design transition scenarios, and stress test portfolios against low-carbon scenarios. We prepare reports compliant with TCFD recommendations, monitor progress toward a client’s goals, and assess the impacts of investment portfolios.
Low-carbon strategy development Guidehouse designs strategies that align investor operations with the energy transition and the Paris Agreement. We provide a framework that enables investment managers to assess and quantify risks, uncover opportunities, and align portfolios with a low-carbon future.
Strategic asset allocation We help investors understand future customer demands and how income streams may change in the long term. We identify strategic investment and divestment opportunities and develop roadmaps to source and invest in future-proof assets.
Low carbon and sustainable investments due diligence Our in-house finance team performs risk assessment, scenario analysis, and transaction due diligence across a wide range of low-carbon assets. Guidehouse’s approach to due diligence ensures we capture the latest market, regulatory, and technological trends.
International climate finance access support Our network across global markets enables us to source and secure investment opportunities in low-carbon projects that we support as they become investment-ready. Guidehouse helps project developers with access to the global capital markets and to international climate finance facilities, including the Green Climate Fund (GCF) and the NAMA Facility.