Carbon Capital Asset Management is a Singapore based company, our focus is on creating climate wealth for rural and fragile forest communities through our principle areas of business in the exciting and rapidly developing carbon commodity market.
Our team of advisors and consultants have over a combined 50 years experience in family wealth offices, investment banking, equity markets, carbon trading and financing and project development in the Carbon Market.
The carbon market is the fastest growing commodity market in the world and anticipated to become the world's largest commodity market by 2020. Economic returns of up to $US30 trillion for investors in low-carbon technologies and infrastructure could be realised this century.
- A Truly Global Market
- US$144 Billion - The World Bank's Current Valuation of Global Carbon Market
- Huge Growth Potential
- Liquid Market
- Flight To Safety From Economic & Financial Market Instability
Corporate Social Responsibility
Governments and professionals have become more sophisticated and aware of good corporate practice. In this new business environment, a company's reputation is one of its most valuable assets and CSR has become one of the key components of corporate reputation.
- Deliver Reductions in Your Company's Carbon Emissions
- Help Promote Greater Awareness of Climate Change and the Environment Around Us
- Your Source of Competitive Advantage
- Confidence and goodwill to Stakeholders
- Better Brand Identity
Carbon In The News
The Monetary Authority of Singapore's incentive schemes for commodity derivatives trading and fund management were expanded earlier this year. Where previously these were limited to tangible commodities, such as oil, metals and agri-commodities, these incentive schemes have since been enhanced to include emissions derivatives.
- Carbon Asia Forum
EDB's director for clean-tech and urban solutions Goh Chee Kiong noted that, as a small and highly urbanised nation, Singapore needs carbon management to enhance its competitiveness in an increasingly carbon-constrained global economy.
- The Business Times