The assessment of risk and its financial implications is fundamental to banks, insurers and investors. Mark Carney’s TCFD initiative offers the promise of embedding sustainability within this system. Professionals have a critical role.
The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) and IEMA have collaborated to develop a guide to support users of climate-related financial disclosures, from all professions.
In this webinar you will hear first-hand from the two lead authors;
Louise Pryor - President Elect of the IFoA, Chair of the London Climate Change Partnership and Non-Executive Director of the Ecology Building Society.
Paul Pritchard – Former IEMA Board Member with a focus on financial services and value chains. Paul also served as a Fellow at the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.
This webinar will provide key insights for all professionals interested in understanding and engaging with climate related financial disclosures.
Climate Risk and Financial Disclosures - Guidance on TCFD for professionals, webinar slides - N, Blyth IEMA - CLICK HERE
Climate-related financial disclosures - L, Pryor, IFoA - CLICK HERE
Using the IEMA and IFoA guide - P, Pritchard, IKEN - CLICK HERE
Posted on 10th July 2020
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