Since the early 1990s, the OECD has supported primarily Eastern European, Caucasian and Central Asian countries in reaching economic growth while at the same time taking the protection of the environment into account. Based on the results, the Green Action Programme continues this work. The aim of this meeting in Paris was to provide insights on the near and long-term macroeconomic impacts of climate mitigation and adaptation actions across different G20 economies. With our presentation “Company- and sector-level financial risks and opportunities in the transition to (well below) 2°C” we contributed to OECD’s discussion of relevant transition risks. We wanted to help answer questions on financial risks and opportunities for the real economy and the financial sector during the transition. Furthermore, we presented our ClimateXcellence model that enables stakeholders to quantify financial risks and opportunities.