Title: Tackling Climate Change for Banks |The Culture, The Data and The Analytics
Duration: 1 Hour
Financial regulators and banks are increasingly acknowledging the financial stability implications of climate change, which are bound to impact the balance sheet and the operations of banks, leading to both risks and opportunities. For some this issue has been put on the back burner, whilst for others, it is has been bought to the top of their agenda.
To get ahead in the low carbon transition, banks must factor a complex interplay of physical, transition, credit and reputational risks and opportunities in decision-making. Join our experts to find out more about the key challenges and trends that banks are facing to build a more sustainable future.
· The Culture Problem: Have banks really embraced climate change to the core?
· What is ‘Net Zero’? Understanding carbon neutrality, or having a net zero carbon footprint.
· The Data Question. Where are the holes, how do you address them, and what are the most effective ways to utilize it.
· Essential Climate Analytics: How to tackle and manage climate risk using data and credit analytics