The 3rd Annual Climate Risk & Regulation Summit
This event is hosted by City & Financial.
Whilst there is increasing coordination among the NGFS and standard setting-bodies, there is growing concern about regulatory and policy fragmentation that is rapidly becoming a reality at country level. Central banks and regulators show concern about comparability and consistency of the evolving supervisory and conduct frameworks with respect to climate risk. Current and emerging sources of fragmentation include regulation and supervision; taxonomy eligibility and alignment; carbon pricing mechanisms; nature and biodiversity and capital markets.
These topics will be discussed in depth at City & Financial Global’s 3rd Annual Climate Risk & Regulation Virtual Summit on 1st February 2022. Key regulators and financial markets participants will provide a practical guide to navigating cross-jurisdictional regulatory inconsistency and fragmentation. Attendance at this summit is invaluable for executives at financial institutions.
- IOSCO & IFRS Foundation proposals for a single global baseline for corporate climate disclosures
- Climate-related developments in prudential and conduct regulation, including reporting
- EU Green Taxonomy/UK Taxonomy eligibility vs. alignment
- Carbon pricing: tax and cap & trade schemes
- Nature and biodiversity: the ecological transition
- Capital markets: sustainable and sustainability-linked bonds
Yasmin Raza, Technical Specialist, Sustainable Finance & Technical Cooperation Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
Ashley Ian Alder, Chair, IOSCO & CEO, Securities and Futures Commission, Hong Kong
Marcel Haag, Director DG FISMA B European Commission
Yoshiki Takeuchi, Deputy Secretary-General OECD
Chris Faint, Head of Climate Bank of England
Tobias Adrian, Financial Counsellor and Director Monetary and Capital Markets Department, IMF
1st February 2022