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Incorporating climate risk into ALM frameworks for banks

The panel

  • Steven Good, Senior manager, development, SS&C Algorithmics 
  • Sjoerd Blijlevens, Senior manager, Zanders
  • Dimitris Papathanasiou, Head of global funding concentration and international treasury risk, Credit Suisse    
  • Craig Lowery, Vice-president and ESG operating model programme lead, TD Bank
  • Moderator: Stella Farrington, Head of content, Energy Risk              

Banks are coming under increasing regulatory pressure to incorporate climate risk into their risk management frameworks. An emerging focus is incorporating climate risk into the asset-liability management (ALM) function. This webinar explores this new role of Treasury and ALM in modelling financial climate risks, looking at what has been done so far and what the major challenges are in this nascent discipline.   

This webinar is essential viewing for climate risk managers, as well as professionals from treasury and ALM departments in banks.

Key topics discussed:

  • The level of clarity coming from regulators
  • Embedding climate risk into stress testing frameworks and the role technology will play
  • Impacts on the management of liquidity risk
  • The role of funds transfer pricing frameworks.

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