Climate risk modelling

  • Climate risk and ESG, Quant and model risk
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Key reasons to attend

  • Gain insights into data collection and analysis
  • Understand the regulations driving the models
  • Identify the challenges and opportunities of climate risk modelling

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About the course

Participants will explore diverse types and methodologies of climate risk models, as well as how to integrate these models. Alongside the subject matter expert, they will discover best practices for mitigating key transitional and physical risks through modelling.

This learning opportunity is both practical and theoretical. Participants will assess examples of climate models in play, focusing on key implementation tools to improve climate risk management frameworks. They will also delve into the theory by examining the TFDC guiding principles and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) climate disclosure proposal.

Participants will leave the course with the necessary skills to effectively utilise the results of climate modelling and therefore develop the strategic decision-making process of their organisation.

Learning objectives

  • Combine climate uncertainties with financial modelling uncertainties
  • Explore the interconnection between physical and transition risks
  • Learn how to integrate sustainability-related financial data into climate stress-testing
  • Implement the recommendations and proposals set by the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)
  • Understand the scenario libraries to execute the stress tests
  • Analyse IPCC data as inputs to climate stress tests

Who should attend

Relevant departments may include but are not limited to:

  • Stress-testing
  • Climate risk
  • Model risk
  • Risk management 
  • Data management 
  • ESG
  • Reputational risk
  • Sustainability


November 11–13, 2024

Live online. Time zones: Emea/Americas


  • Introduction to climate risk modelling 
  • Understanding climate modelling methodologies 
  • Regulatory reporting and disclosures 
  • Transition risk modelling
  • Physical risk modelling 
  • Strategic advantage of climate modelling  
  • ESG modelling and stress-testing 
  • Data management and reporting for climate risk 
  • Applications of climate risk models  

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Navin Rauniar Risk Learning Faculty

Sustainability partner


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Navin is an ex-banking professional, and most recently was working as a senior leader and practitioner, with 20+ years of banking, corporate, and big four experience. He advises board and CxO members across business and technology, using domain expertise that focuses on sustainability, capital markets, and risk management, driven by prudential regulation in ESG, climate risk, carbon markets, sustainable financing, net zero, and capital management impacting an institutions’ strategy, governance, and implementation.

Navin was most recently leading the sustainability business and technology delivery for TCS and Tata clients. His international experience assisted in building diverse global teams.

Navin sits on a number of government and private industry committees, developing and influencing public policy on sustainability standards. Navin supports the financial markets community via mentoring of professionals and serving as the co-chair of the PRMIA ESG Working Group & PRMIA SteerCo. He is a regular speaker and chair at conferences, as well as a frequent commentator and author to the media on financial market regulations, including a column on sustainability that is published in ILFR.


This course is CPD (Continued Professional Development) accredited. One credit is awarded for every hour of learning at the event.

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November 11–13, 2024

Online, Emea/Americas



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