Agenda

Agenda

Climate Change Risk - Agenda

08:3009:00

Registration and refreshments

08:30 - 09:00

09:0010:30

Climate change risk (CCR) management

09:00 - 10:30

  • The need to identify, assess and manage climate change risks - overview 
  • Climate change risk response - understanding the guiding principals TCFD 
  • Exposure to climate-related risks - physical risks
  • Exposure to climate-related risks - transition risks 
  • Treating climate change as a financial risk
  • Integrating climate risk into financial risk management frameworks
  • CCR - what are the potential risks and opportunities 
Paul Dobbs

Director

Sionic

Paul is a risk and regulatory specialist who has worked in banking, capital markets and consultancy for over 15 years. Before joining Sionic, Paul worked in investment banks, for a global technology vendor and in a global credit rating agency, helping to deliver quality risk and regulatory advice across the domains of  data, risk technology, risk analytics and reporting, right through to the application of artificiaI intelligence. Paul has advised many banks globally on risk and regulation, helping them move from regulatory box ticking to producing highly optimised frameworks on workflows, processes, technology and people.

10:3010:45

Morning break

10:30 - 10:45

10:4512:00

Data management

10:45 - 12:00

  • Types of data required - financial vs. non-financial data 
  • Adjusting data collection processes to effectively evaluate climate change risks 
  • Do you have enough internal data to include climate-related issues into your framework? 
  • Leveraging additional data sources
  • Current industry challenges
Paul Dobbs

Director

Sionic

Paul is a risk and regulatory specialist who has worked in banking, capital markets and consultancy for over 15 years. Before joining Sionic, Paul worked in investment banks, for a global technology vendor and in a global credit rating agency, helping to deliver quality risk and regulatory advice across the domains of  data, risk technology, risk analytics and reporting, right through to the application of artificiaI intelligence. Paul has advised many banks globally on risk and regulation, helping them move from regulatory box ticking to producing highly optimised frameworks on workflows, processes, technology and people.

12:0013:00

Lunch

12:00 - 13:00

13:0014:30

Climate scenario analysis/stress testing

13:00 - 14:30

  • Overview of scenario analysis in the context of climate change risk 
  • Benefits and challenges of conducting scenario analysis
  • Climate change stress testing (BOE/EBA) - making it mandatory 
  • Where do I start? 
  • Scenario analysis examples 
  • Can existing scenario models be leveraged? 
  • Key challenges 
Paul Dobbs

Director

Sionic

Paul is a risk and regulatory specialist who has worked in banking, capital markets and consultancy for over 15 years. Before joining Sionic, Paul worked in investment banks, for a global technology vendor and in a global credit rating agency, helping to deliver quality risk and regulatory advice across the domains of  data, risk technology, risk analytics and reporting, right through to the application of artificiaI intelligence. Paul has advised many banks globally on risk and regulation, helping them move from regulatory box ticking to producing highly optimised frameworks on workflows, processes, technology and people.

14:3014:45

Afternoon break

14:30 - 14:45

14:4516:15

Disclosures, reporting and governance

14:45 - 16:15

  • Rising pressure for financial disclosure - why? 
  • Strong ownership and oversight of the climate change risk management practices
  • TCFD recommendations and the PRA draft supervisory statement
  • Implementing the recommendations and proposals:
    • Motivation
    • Practicality
    • Legality
  • Developing a comprehensive TCFD programme
  • Potential challenges
Paul Dobbs

Director

Sionic

Paul is a risk and regulatory specialist who has worked in banking, capital markets and consultancy for over 15 years. Before joining Sionic, Paul worked in investment banks, for a global technology vendor and in a global credit rating agency, helping to deliver quality risk and regulatory advice across the domains of  data, risk technology, risk analytics and reporting, right through to the application of artificiaI intelligence. Paul has advised many banks globally on risk and regulation, helping them move from regulatory box ticking to producing highly optimised frameworks on workflows, processes, technology and people.

08:3009:00

Refreshments

08:30 - 09:00

09:0010:30

Case study: central bank perspective

09:00 - 10:30

  • Implications of climate change for financial stability
  • Central bank’s roles and responsibilities for climate change
  • Incorporating climate change risks into central banks’ own portfolios
  • Sharing lessons and experiences on how to manage the financial risks posed by climate change
  • Expectations for financial institutions to integrate and manage climate risks in day-to-day operations
  • Creation of a coherent set of global priorities requiring international cooperation

10:3010:45

Morning break

10:30 - 10:45

10:4512:00

Case study: supervisor perspective

10:45 - 12:00

  • Implications of climate change for financial stability
  • Supervisor’s roles and responsibilities for climate change
  • Regulatory proposals from the NGFS, PRA, FCA, and TCFD
  • Expectations for financial institutions to integrate and manage climate risks in day-to-day operations
  • How supervisors can help strengthen resilience
  • What supervisors have achieved so far

12:0013:00

Lunch

12:00 - 13:00

13:0014:30

Case study: investment bank perspective

13:00 - 14:30

  • Incorporating climate-related risks into governance frameworks
  • Evaluating physical and transition risks
  • Developing methodologies and tools to align with proposed supervisory expectations
  • Scenario analysis
  • Seizing climate change related opportunities
  • Engaging with central banks and supervisors

14:3014:45

Afternoon break

14:30 - 14:45

14:4516:15

Panel discussion: climate change as a quantifiable business risk

14:45 - 16:15