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Climate Change Risk Management

The talks for insurance and banking

How the climate change may impact the insurers' balance sheet in the medium to long term?

We will go through concrete examples of how transitional and physical climate change risks may impact various items of both the asset and liability sides of the balance sheets of insurers.

YANNIS PITARAS
Yannis.Pitaras@finalyse.com
Finalyse Partner –Expert in the fields of Solvency II, Risk Appetite Frameworks, Balance Sheet Valuation and ORSA projection models.

How can banks manage their portfolios’ climate change risks despite the lack of sufficiently granular data?

We will discuss practical tools and techniques suitable for managing the transitional and physical climate change risk impacts on banks’ portfolios on the business planning horizon and beyond.

ZSUZSANNA TAJTI
Zsuzsanna.Tajti@finalyse.com
Finalyse Principal Consultant and ESG Practice Lead – Expert in sustainable finance projects, including the ECB Climate Stress Test, Thematic review, Pillar 3 ESG reporting and forward-looking assessments of transition and physical risk impacts.

Agenda

Wednesday 7 December
Avenue des Arts 6 - 1210 Brussels
The event will take place at “Welkin and Meraki” premises and includes lunch and refreshments.

  • 12.15: Welcome
  • 12.30: How the climate change may impact the insurers' balance sheet in the medium to long term?
  • 13.00: Lunch buffet
  • 13.30: How can banks manage their portfolios’ climate change risks despite the lack of sufficiently granular data?
  • From 14.00: Networking
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