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2022 Zanders Risk Management Seminar.pdf

Recent alarming reports by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) show that climate change is “a grave and mounting threat” to our wellbeing and the health of our planet. A swift transition to a sustainable economy is required to prevent physical climate risks like floods and heatwaves from rapidly increasing, both in frequency and severity. However, the transition itself also entails risks.

Financial institutions – and banks in particular – are uniquely positioned to play a pivotal role in the transition to a sustainable economy. The transition is providing a wide range of opportunities for banks, from large financing needs to the introduction of green bonds and sustainability-linked derivatives. At the same time, it is of paramount importance for banks to adopt a climate change-resilient strategy and to integrate climate change risk into their risk frameworks. This is underlined by the increased scrutiny of this issue by regulators in recent years.

During this year’s edition of the Zanders Risk Management Seminar on September 8, 2022, speakers from various backgrounds shared their views on climate change risk. They provided insights into the climate changes that are anticipated for the decades to come, shared possible approaches for climate risk quantification and stress testing, discussed the need for new data sources, and explained how climate change risk can be integrated in existing risk frameworks.

For more information on climate risk, please visit our website: https://www.zanders.eu.

Recent alarming reports by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) show that climate change is “a grave and mounting threat” to our wellbeing and the health of our planet. A swift transition to a sustainable economy is required to prevent physical climate risks like floods and heatwaves from rapidly increasing, both in frequency and severity. However, the transition itself also entails risks.

Financial institutions – and banks in particular – are uniquely positioned to play a pivotal role in the transition to a sustainable economy. The transition is providing a wide range of opportunities for banks, from large financing needs to the introduction of green bonds and sustainability-linked derivatives. At the same time, it is of paramount importance for banks to adopt a climate change-resilient strategy and to integrate climate change risk into their risk frameworks. This is underlined by the increased scrutiny of this issue by regulators in recent years.

During this year’s edition of the Zanders Risk Management Seminar on September 8, 2022, speakers from various backgrounds shared their views on climate change risk. They provided insights into the climate changes that are anticipated for the decades to come, shared possible approaches for climate risk quantification and stress testing, discussed the need for new data sources, and explained how climate change risk can be integrated in existing risk frameworks.

For more information on climate risk, please visit our website: https://www.zanders.eu.

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