Stress-testing against climate risk

  • Climate risk and ESG
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Key reasons to attend

  • Focus on integrating climate stress-testing into existing frameworks 

  • Assess physical and transition risks of climate change

  • Learn from a climate risk stress-testing simulation

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About the course

Participants will have the opportunity to explore key considerations when building practical stress-testing frameworks and learn how to identify and utilise essential data to properly evaluate climate risks. Sessions will focus on how to improve accuracy of scenario-based stress-testing under unpredictability through internal controls, as well as practical simulation stress-testing. 

Each session will also encourage peer-to-peer discussion for enhanced learning, providing maximum engagement with the detailed content and the opportunity to interact with the tutor.

Flexible pricing options:

  1. Early-bird rate: book in advance and save $200 

  2. 3-for-2 group rate: book three delegates for the price of two and save more than $2,000 

  3. Season tickets: book a team of 10 or more and save up to 50% (can be used on a selection of courses)

Learning objectives

  • Develop an effective climate risk stress-testing framework  

  • Identify what a successful climate risk stress test includes

  • Apply best practices for climate risk scenario analysis 

  • Assess key challenges in stress-testing climate risk 

  • Employ data collection methods to evaluate climate risks

Who should attend

Relevant departments may include but are not limited to:  

  • Stress-testing 

  • Climate risk 

  • Model risk 

  • Risk management 

  • Data management 


November 6–9, 2023

Live online. Timezones: Emea/Americas


  • Deep dive into climate risk 

  • Climate risk testing requirements

  • Building a  practical  climate  risk  stress-testing  framework

  • Climate scenario analysis

  • Data challenges in climate risk stress-testing

  • Challenges in climate risk stress-testing: internal control

  • Climate stress-testing areas of improvement


  • Navin Rauniar, Partner / co-chair, Tata Consultancy Services / ESG working group, PRMIA

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Navin Rauniar Risk Learning Faculty

Partner / Co-chair

Tata Consultancy Services / PRMIA

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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.

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November 6–9, 2023

Online, Emea/Apac



Early-bird Price

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