Climate risk modelling

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

  • Analyse the various types of climate risk models
  • Learn how to incorporate climate-related risks into financial risk assessments and strategic planning
  • Meet the evolving expectations of regulators and stakeholders

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About the course

As climate-related events become more frequent and severe, robust climate risk modelling is vital for financial stability. This course provides a comprehensive exploration of climate modelling, covering various model types and methodologies.

Participants will navigate the current regulatory landscape, focusing on the guiding principles of the TCFD. Sessions on transition and physical risk modelling address critical topics such as risk appetite and catastrophe models.

Attendees will also refine their strategic decision-making skills by learning how to apply climate modelling results. A dedicated session on data management equips participants with the tools to compile and analyse climate data effectively.

Throughout the course, participants will apply the theoretical knowledge in practical case study exercises, empowering them to confidently implement their learning in their own organisation.  

Learning objectives

  • Implement the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) recommendations 
  • Assess transition and physical risks
  • Explore climate risk stress-testing 
  • Address the limitations and opportunities of climate risk modelling
  • Formulate effective disclosure strategies
  • Learn how to conduct a quantitative assessment of climate risks

Who should attend

Relevant departments may include but are not limited to:

  • Climate risk
  • Sustainable finance
  • Environmental, social and governance
  • Model risk  
  • Risk management  
  • Stress-testing 
  • Data management 
  • Reputational risk
  • Compliance
  • Strategy 


November 11–13, 2024

Live online. Time zones: Emea/Americas


  • Introduction to climate risk modelling 
  • Understanding climate modelling methodologies 
  • Regulatory reporting and disclosures 
  • Case study exercise: prerequisites for climate risk models
  • Transition risk modelling
  • Physical risk modelling  
  • Strategic advantage of climate modelling  
  • Case study exercise
  • Environmental, social and governance (ESG) modelling and stress-testing 
  • Data management and reporting for climate risk 
  • Applications of climate risk models  
  • Workshop exercise: building the climate risk model using transition and physical risk


  • Navin Rauniar, Sustainability adviser, Professional Risk Managers’ International Association

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Navin Rauniar Risk Learning Faculty

Sustainability advisor


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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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