Stress-testing against climate riskView Agenda
Key reasons to attend
Assess physical and transition risks of climate change
Integrate biodiversity risk into climate scenarios
Learn from a climate risk stress-testing case studies
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About the course
Deep dive into the key elements of an effective climate risk stress tests and study methodologies to measure the climate impact.
In this learning event participants will gain an in-depth understanding of climate risk stress-testing frameworks. Participants will learn how to incorporate important inputs from diverse initiatives and regulations and utilise essential data to effectively evaluate climate risks.
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- Identify the components of successful climate risk stress tests
Evaluate regulatory approaches to climate stress-testing among regions
Assess key data and modelling challenges in climate stress-testing
Align climate risks with financial and non-financial risks
Navigate between diverse climate-related disclosures standards
Implement best practices in short-term scenarios
Who should attend
Relevant departments may include but are not limited to:
March 4–6, 2024
Live online. Timezones: Emea/Americas
Navin Rauniar Risk Learning Faculty
Partner / Co-chair
Tata Consultancy Services / PRMIA
Navin Rauniar leads the Libor transition initiative of Tata Consultancy Services’ banking, financial services and insurance business unit. He has 18 years of industry experience assisting large investment banks and capital market clients in responding to risk and regulatory requirements.
Rauniar has significant experience working on cross-functional programmes spanning front office, risk, finance and compliance groups and speaks regularly at Libor transition events. He holds a bachelor’s degree in social sciences and economics from Brunel University in London.
This course is CPD (Continued Professional Development) accredited. One credit is awarded for every hour of learning at the event.
The Risk.net resources below have been selected to enhance your learning experience:
UN climate risk chief calls for shorter-term stress tests - Read article | Risk.net
Banks begin tackling climate stress tests of trading books - Read article | Risk.net
Climate risk models and metrics: what works and what doesn’t - Read article | Risk.net
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