Our team act on behalf of all key stakeholders, including investors, sponsors, contractors, SPC’s, banks, engineers, governments and public authorities, whom we support using a variety of specialist risk management tools.

ESG investing is of particular importance with the rise of impact investing, which aims to generate positive social and environmental impact alongside financial returns, has contributed to a substantial growth in ESG investing. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have provided a framework for investors to align their investments with global sustainability objectives, further driving the adoption of ESG or impact investing.

Matrix has developed a number of innovative blended financial products that promote climate resilience and support the transition to a low-carbon economy.

Over the last 5 years, Matrix has actively participated in blended finance initiatives by providing ESG-focused risk management, access to financial resources, and expertise to investors and project stakeholders.

By utilizing blended finance principles and ESG-aligned risk metrics, Matrix is in a unique position to help unlock impactful projects while also helping investors diversify their investment portfolios and manage risks more effectively.

Ensuring that Matrix’s focus is driven by strategies that align with environmental and social responsibilities ensures that Matrix is helping to shape the transition to a more equitable and sustainable future.

Matrix’s proprietary insurances cover a range of areas that are crucial to de-risk investments:

  • Paving the way for a green impact on asset financing with Residual Value Insurance that enables greener transportation assets, eco-friendly commercial real estate and sustainable aviation
  • Technology Performance – unlocking vital investor capital for new innovations and technologies required to achieve a sustainable future
  • Basel III compliant Non-payment insurance policies offered by A-rated insurance companies are a viable source of investment-grade, unfunded risk capacity, and risk protection for project finance lenders.
  • Insurance wrappers that make capital, whether debt or equity, easier to find and close while Indemnifying lenders against loss of principal and interest
  • An insurance Policy in the form of commodity price risk allowing investors to lock in long-term bid pricing costs, Protect profitability against price volatility and Insuring the value of collateral used in debt funding

Policies are flexible in design and offer a range of durations, settlement processes and attachment points.

Contact Brad McGill, Managing Director Capital Markets

Brad McGill

T: +44 (0)203 457 0916
M: +44 (1)205 835 2875