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Catherine Ann Marshall, CFA, SCR


ESG drives performance in your real estate & real assets investments

As a board member, asset owner or investment manager you need to ensure your investment strategies will perform in the face of coming challenges. Professional, expert guidance can make the difference between success and distress for you and your fund.​

​Hence, RealAlts is pleased to announce that Principal Consultant Catherine Ann Marshall was awarded the Sustainability and Climate Risk (SCR™) credential by the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) in the first graduating class on October 14, 2020. ​

Experience | knowledge | results

At RealAlts, we believe ESG will drive your investment performance. We bring the deep investment and portfolio management experience of investment professionals to ESG consulting. RealAlts associates have diverse backgrounds in real estate, infrastructure and farmland investing that will help you to meet your investment objectives in the face of climate change and other ESG factors. Discuss your real estate and real asset needs in a complimentary consultation.

​In bestowing the certification, the Association said  “the SCR distinction makes you one of the area’s first subject matter experts, joining you with an elite network of thought leaders.”  The credential is part of the Association’s flagship certifications and educational programs recognized by firms worldwide.​

​As a SCR, Ms. Marshall possesses advanced knowledge in sustainability-related opportunities and risks, and the skills to test the resiliency of these investment strategies using scenario analysis.​ These are critical skills in TCFD reporting.

 If you want to climate-proof your investments to ensure return performance, resilience and risk management,  RealAlts will help you to succeed.  To hear more about the SCR and RealAlts professional services please click