Identifying and Managing the Financial Risks of Climate Change
Learn how to establish a strategic approach to manage the financial risks of climate change and how to embed such risks into your existing risk management framework.
In April 2019, the Bank of England released its supervisory statement for banks and insurers outlining the financial risks from climate change and the strategic approach needed to manage these risks. The guidance has forced institutions to consider their initial plans for putting frameworks in place, as well as nominating senior individuals who will be climate-responsible.
Risk training’s course will provide attendees with the skills to develop appropriate strategies to manage the financial risks from climate change.
This course is CPD accredited and delegates will earn 12 points if in attendance for both days of the course. The course will be held under Chatham House Rule with the opportunity for discussion within a practical learning environment.
What will you learn?
- Incorporating the financial risk of climate change into your risk management framework
- The use of scenario analysis and stress testing to forecast the impact for your institution
- Gathering suitable data to model the effects of this emerging risk
- Guidelines on disclosures, reporting & governance of climate-related financial risks
- How to establish a strategic approach to manage the financial risks of climate change
Who should attend?
Relevant departments may include but are not limited to:
- Climate change risk
- Financial risk
- Reputational risk
- Credit risk
- Climate change risk management
- Climate scenario analysis
- Data management
- Disclosures, reporting and governance
- Case study: central bank perspective
- Case study: supervisor perspective
- Case study: investment bank perspective
- Panel discussion: climate change as a quantifiable business risk