HSBC’s Manuel Vicente joins Climate X as VP commercial strategy

HSBC's Manuel Vicente joins Climate X as VP commercial strategy

Climate X, a renowned climate risk financial data firm, has announced the appointment of Manuel Vicente as its Vice President of Commercial Strategy.

Manuel, an esteemed international C-suite finance executive, will lead Climate X’s efforts to incorporate advanced climate risk technology into global financial strategies.

Climate X stands out as the world’s only fully integrated climate risk platform, it claims. Their focus lies in aiding financial institutions in pricing, managing, and building resilience against climate change impacts on the built environment. They are pivotal in providing climate financial risk data to global banks and asset managers, thereby defending global economic stability against the climate change threats.

Manuel Vicente brings to Climate X an impressive 25+ years of strategic experience in global finance, marked by a proficiency in handling financial risks in volatile conditions.

Climate X CEO Lukky Ahmed said, “Manuel’s unparalleled expertise in applying climate change into business through a financial risk lens is a game-changer for our mission to equip customers with actionable climate insights.”

Manuel Vicente said, “I have worked side by side with clients, regulators, and board-level stakeholders through pivotal transformations, from geopolitical events and climate change. As such, I am delighted to join Climate X, an exceptional team with leading climate technology to ensure we bring the best insights and actionable data to my peers.

“I understand the complexity of the needs of the financial services industry, from getting the right data to implementing enterprise-wide solutions across different stakeholders.”

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