Transition pathways for net zeroView Agenda
Key reasons to attend
Understand the relationship between transition and physical risk
Identify the best practices to minimise transition risks
Learn the implications of financing new technologies and sectors
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About the course
This interactive learning experience will assess the necessary actions and transition pathways that financial institutions will need to take alongside different industries to achieve net-zero emissions.
Participants will evaluate the current regulatory landscape supported by the Transition Pathway Initiative guiding principles and learn how to create the appropriate frameworks and timelines to implement successful sustainable projects and collaborate with diverse stakeholders.
Sessions will explore key parameters and best practices to approach the transition pathways and goals. This opportunity provides maximum engagement through Q&A sessions, in-depth learning and discussions with Risk Learning expert tutor and faculty member Navin Rauniar.
Flexible pricing options:
Early-bird rate: book in advance and save $200
3-for-2 group rate: book three delegates for the price of two and save more than $2,000
Season tickets: book a team of 10 or more and save up to 50%
Apply the best practices for acquiring and evaluating climate data for transition pathways
Assess and integrate action plans, benchmarks and timelines
Evaluate the transition initiatives, international standards and stakeholders’ efforts
Align the different sectors’ objectives, investments and goals to achieve net zero emissions
Utilise models to address transition risk
Address the challenges and opportunities of the transition pathways
Who should attend
Relevant departments may include, but are not limited to:
- Climate risk
- Model risk
- Risk management
- Data management
- Reputational risk
Introducing transition pathways
Transition solutions and opportunities
Transition risk modelling
Diverse risks associated with transition pathways
Data management for transition pathways
Creating appropriate transition frameworks
Navin Rauniar Risk Learning Faculty
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.
The Risk.net resources below have been selected to enhance your learning experience:
ESG and climate risk special report - Read article | Risk.net
What do regulators need from governments on climate change? - Read article | Risk.net
Banks and financial powerhouses map out climate risks - Read article | Risk.net
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