Getting Ahead of the Curve: How Financial Institutions are Addressing Climate Change Risk
The financial stakes arising from climate change can be high for financial institutions, both from risk and opportunity perspectives. Climate change will affect different types of firms in different ways, reflecting the differences in firms’ business models and balance sheets. To effectively manage the financial risks arising from climate change, institutions will need to develop new tools and approaches, as well as consider how to incorporate climate risk within their risk management frameworks.
Join us for a half-day symposium on Thursday, November 20, to hear from senior risk practitioners, climate risk specialists and advisors at the forefront of Climate Risk Management. This executive program will address the impact to diverse financial institutions, looking specifically at climate risk frameworks and how they are being integrated into current risk management. We will also dig deep into the experiences and learnings of individual firms that are effectively managing physical and transition risks.
Andaz London Liverpool Street
40 Liverpool Street
8.00-8.30 - Registration and Buffet Breakfast
8.30-8.45 - Introduction/Welcome
8.45-9.30 - Keynote: Insuribility and Resilience in a Changing Climate World
9.30-10.30 - Framewords for Financial Risk Managers to Address Climate Risk
10.30-10.45 - Break
10.45-11.45 - Case Study I: Physical Risks
11.45-12.45 - Case Study II: Transition Risks
12.45-1.00 - Wrap up
1.00-2.00 - Lunch
*More detailed schedule can be found by clicking here.