Series 2: Climate Risk Management

This module is part of Level 2: Identifying and Reporting Climate-related Financial Risk Workshop.

Module Description
This programme is a continuation of the JC 3 Level 1 Workshop conducted in June 2020, which provided learners with an overview of the impact of climate change and its risk to the financial sector. The Level 2 workshop will focus on the 3R’s (Reporting, Risk Management, Readiness) which relate to how financial institutions and companies can respond to climate-related risks.

Learning Outcomes

  • Design and implement governance approach for climate risks
  • Decide whether to treat climate risk as a standalone or as a cross-cutting risk
  • Integrate climate risk into existing risk management frameworks, recognise how the linkages between climate risk and established risk types may be identified and understood
  • Conduct risk assessment of financial and non-financial risks to identify, measure, monitor and mitigate the risk within an organisation’s appetite

Programme Highlights
  • Risk governance
  • Integration of climate-related risks into existing risk management framework
  • Defining risk appetite and determining metrics to measure and monitor climate-related risks
  • Risk identification, risk measurement and risk management
  • Obtaining data and useful tools for risk management
List of Speakers
  • Mr. Russell Marsh, Director, EY Corporate Advisors Pte. Ltd
  • Ms. Arina Kok, Director, Ernst & Young Advisory Services Sdn Bhd
  • Ms. Laura Ramirez, Head of Emerging Markets, 2° Investing Initiative (2DII)
  • Mr. Robert Barker, Chief Sustainable Business Officer, CIB APAC, BNP Paribas
  • Mr. Alan N Smith, Senior Advisor, Climate and ESG Risk Management, HSBC
*This programme is developed by Ernst & Young in collaboration with the Joint Committee on Climate Change, and funded by the United Kingdom government through the Prosperity Fund ASEAN Low Carbon Energy Programme (LCEP).
Access: Unlimited
Learning Materials: 11
Category: Core

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