ESG integration into model risk managementView Agenda
Key reasons to attend
- Manage risk with environmental, social and governance (ESG) scores
- Integrate ESG factors into financial risk modelling
- Learn about the relation of climate stress-testing to ESG
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About the course
Explore the essential elements of ESG modelling strategies at this interactive learning event. Participants will gain a deep understanding of the latest developments, trends and challenges of the ESG landscape.
Key sessions will teach participants current regulatory requirements and frameworks. Participants will explore practical examples of embedding ESG factors into model risk frameworks by mapping ESG risks. They will connect with tutors and peers through active learning, Q&A sessions and case studies, learning from in-depth content and practical examples.
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- Address ESG risks when utilising artificial intelligence models
- Align ESG and risk management
- Interpret regulatory frameworks, ratings and guidelines
- Assess the reputational and enterprise risk on sustainable investing
- Build a robust ESG model risk framework
- Evaluate ESG data needs, sources and challenges
Who should attend
Relevant departments may include but are not limited to:
- Climate risk
- Model risk
- Risk management
- Data management
September 9–11, 2024
Live online. Timezones: Emea/Apac
- Overview of environmental, social and governance (ESG)
- Regulatory requirements and standards
- Model risk in physical climate risk models
- Incorporating ESG factors into model risk frameworks
- ESG scorecard validation
- AI governance as part of G
- Sustainable finance and investing
- Part one: sustainable investing
- Part two: sustainable finance agreements and impact
- ESG data management and sourcing the right dataset
- Climate stress-testing and its relation to ESG
October 15–17, 2024
Live online. Timezones: Emea/Americas
Dr Nasir Ahmad
Dr Horst Kausch
Partner and head of research
Horst specialises in risk modelling at financial institutions as well as model risk, with expertise across the full lifecycle and risk architecture. He is an experienced risk professional with a strong focus on model risk across the full spectrum of risk models for regulatory capital and impairments. He is able to communicate complex technical issues in an effective manner to prudential regulators and senior decision makers. He has a proven record of translating strategy into practical solutions delivered with highly engaged distributed teams. He is a frequent speaker for Risk Learning on diverse topics such as integrating ESG into model risk management, model risk management, and counterparty risk and SA-CCR.
This course is CPD (Continued Professional Development) accredited. One credit is awarded for every hour of learning at the event.
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- ESG: the new risk factor in your portfolio
- Climate risk models and metrics: what works and what doesn’t?
- AI in sheep’s clothing? Wolfe Research develops finance chatbot
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