Upcoming Webinar

ON Industries - Industrial & Manufacturing

Manufacturing represents nearly a fifth (19%) of domestic direct emissions in the US. Given the size of this carbon footprint, the industry will be significantly impacted by future regulation and technological disruption, and should begin confronting the risks and opportunities that climate change presents.

October 27, 2022 | 1:00pm Eastern

The US industrial and manufacturing sector accounts for approximately 11% of GDP but represents 19% of total GHG emissions. To date, manufacturing companies have been relatively sheltered from regulatory pressures, but are now facing increasing pressure from shareholders and consumers.

To address this, manufacturers will need to consider the implications across their entire value chain – at the design, sourcing, building and operating phases. For example, what will the impact be on building products manufacturers when businesses need their office buildings (including the steel used in their construction) to be more in line with their carbon commitments? How will new technology pathways impact the future of commercial aerospace?

Join us to learn:

  • How to develop a loan-level understanding of how transition risks will cascade down the industrial and manufacturing value chain
  • How you can use scenario analysis on a loan-by-loan basis to manage credit outcomes
  • How your bank can turn this risk into an opportunity to support borrowers across the manufacturing supply chain in their transition to the green economy