Deals | Moody's | 427 | Goldenhill International M&A Advisors
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Deals | Moody's | 427 | Goldenhill International M&A Advisors
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Goldenhill International M&A Advisors today announced that it advised Four Twenty Seven, Inc., a leading provider of data, intelligence, and analysis related to physical climate risks, in its recently completed transaction with Moody’s Corporation.

Four Twenty Seven scores physical risks associated with climate-related factors and other environmental issues, including heat stress, water stress, extreme precipitation, hurricanes and typhoons, and sea level rise. Its scores and portfolio analytics feature extensive global coverage and quantify climate risk exposures across asset classes, with detailed data covering over 2,000 listed companies, one million global corporate facilities, 320 REITs, 3,000 US counties, and 196 countries. Four Twenty Seven’s data and indicators are used by asset owners, asset managers, banks, corporations and government agencies to understand and evaluate the potential climate risk they hold in their portfolios and activities

Commenting on the contribution of Goldenhill to the process, Emilie Mazzacurati, Founder and CEO said:

“The Goldenhill team was of great help throughout the process that resulted with this successful transaction with Moody’s. We chose to work with Goldenhill because of their relevant business and transaction experience in the ESG and climate risk sector and their relationships with the key players seeking to enhance their capabilities in this space.”

About Goldenhill International M&A Advisors

With offices in London, Milan, San Diego, Buenos Aires and Luxembourg, Goldenhill’s business is to advise our clients in M&A engagements. Our engagements include providing services to Sellers or Buyers in M&A projects in the Europe, North and South America, Asia and the Middle East/Africa. We have extensive experience and a specific emphasis in the financial technology (Fintech), human resources technology (HRtech), IT services and human capital sectors. The majority of our engagements result in cross-border transactions.