ESG and climate risk management: advanced level

  • Climate risk and ESG, Regulation, governance and compliance
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Key reasons to attend

  • Learn to integrate climate risk into environmental, social and governance (ESG) for better reporting and management
  • Boost investor confidence with climate-resilient ESG strategies
  • Navigate climate risk regulations for compliant ESG reporting 

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About the course

This course will aid professionals in adjusting practices to remain at the forefront of industry development and regulatory expectations.

The content has been structured to provide crucial knowledge and allow ample opportunity for group work and discussion to address emerging themes and benchmark solutions.

Sessions focus on the levels of clarity from regulators, financial organisations’ climate risk stress-testing capabilities, incorporating climate risk as a risk factor and managing ESG risk during a credit risk assessment. Through group discussions, participants will explore ways to anticipate and respond to the growing demands for ESG disclosure.

Pricing options:

  • Early-bird rate: save up to $500 per person by booking in advance
  • 3-for-2 rate: save over $3,000 by booking a group of three attendees
  • Subscriber reward: save 30% off the standard rate if you are a subscriber
  • Season tickets: cost-effective option for groups of 10 or more. Learn more

Learning objectives

  • Understand integrating ESG into investments and assessing materiality
  • Effectively integrate climate risk into ESG, aligning with disclosure frameworks
  • Examine investor-driven ESG integration, climate resilience, and practical metric applications
  • Master innovation in climate risk management and sustainable practices
  • Review ESG’s influence on credit risk, manage ESG risk and adapt investment strategies

Who should attend

Relevant departments may include but are not limited to:

  • Head of sustainability
  • Head of ESG
  • Climate risk
  • Operational risk
  • Enterprise risk
  • Audit
  • Compliance
  • Governance 


June 11–12, 2024

In-person. Location: London, UK


  • Introduction to ESG 
  • Integrating climate risks into ESG 
  • Investor expectations and climate resilience 
  • Innovation and sustainable practices 
  • Group discussion: navigating sustainable investment practices 
  • Relationship between ESG and credit risk 
  • ESG scenario analysis and climate risk in stress-testing 
  • Regulatory landscape and climate risk disclosures 
  • Board diversity and employee well-being 
  • Group discussion: navigating the climate risk landscape of integrating ESG into financial strategies 


  • Vincenzo Molè, Principal, climate change and ESG risks, Prometeia


  • 133 Houndsditch, London, EC3A 7BX, UK

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Vincenzo Molè

Principal, climate change and ESG risks


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Vincenzo has over 20 years’ experience in quantitative and qualitative risk management, delivering risk management frameworks for banks and consulting firms. He is responsible for transition and physical risks’ project for Italian banks, supporting Italian and foreign banks to solve ECB climate risk findings, and supporting Italian and foreign banks in nature-related risks assessment, including being involved in ESG score assessments for a foreign bank, handling internal project to develop a climate risks’ model validation framework, and steering and coordinating several resources supporting SSM Banks during OSI inspections.

Before joining Prometeia, Vincenzo hold positions as Head of Model Validation, Head of Credit Portfolio Model and Manager at AIB Dublin, Unicredit, Deloitte, Ge Money Italy, IntesaSanpaolo and BGP Management Consulting.

With extensive experience in credit and climate risk modelling for banking credit portfolios. He has been involved in several Internal Models Inspections (IMIs), Targeted Review of Internal Models (TRIM) for a wide range of internal risk models, and Net Zero Banking Alliance target setting projects with responsibility for transition risk quantification. Vincenzo’s background merges financial, accounting, statistics and data management with managerial skills allowing him to hit targets in different projects and company environments. In previous experiences, stably involved in Executive Committees (e.g., Model Risk, Risk Measurement, Group Risk and Board Risk), he is able to translate technical outcomes into strategic and business indications for non-technical audience.

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June 11–12, 2024

In-person, London, UK


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