Four of the five most impactful global risks in 2019 relate to climate change. Increasingly initiatives such as the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures are pushing climate risks to board level. We consider the investor response to climate risk and how scenario analysis can be used to assess climate change risks and opportunities.
During this seminar we will explore the climate risk impacts on financial institutions and corporates, and how the use of a global energy system model can create fully consistent sectoral/regional pathways which can be used to assess investment opportunities in a consistent way, support specific company analysis, as well as conduct impact assessments on broad financial portfolios.
Join the debate with our panel of sustainable investment and climate risk experts from the investment management and energy & financial services consulting industries
Attendance only with prior registration – register now via the Norton Rose Fulbright website.
This event is part of the Energy Transition program of Climate Week NYC.