COVID to Climate Risk: Lessons in Building Resiliency in Risk Management

Presented by

Paul Franks - Director, SAS | Peter Plochan - Principal Specialist, SAS | Naeem Siddiqi - Senior Advisor, SAS

About this talk

As the world emerges from dealing with a COVID19 related economic downturn, we examine the similarities between this and the expected financial impact from climate change, and how banks can prepare better. The current disparate regional impacts, government policy interventions, disruptions to supply chains, changing consumer habits, sectoral unemployment and deep drop in GDP’s are all expected outcomes of climate change that have resulted in financial institutions changing how they manage risk. What short and long term changes can you expect to your credit risk management framework in dealing with climate risk ? What are some of the recent developments in regulatory guidance that will shape things to come ? What new analytical techniques or approaches are being applied? How will reporting and disclosures need to change? What is the most prudent process and technology capability roadmap for your organisation? Join SAS’ Risk Management experts, Paul Franks, Peter Plochan and Naeem Siddiqi, as they discuss the latest developments and provide guidance to help build a more resilient risk management framework for climate risk. Learn: - What short and long term changes can you expect to your credit risk management framework in dealing with climate risk? - What are some of the recent developments in regulatory guidance that will shape things to come? - What new analytical techniques or approaches are being applied? - How will reporting and disclosures need to change? - What are the most prudent process and technology capability roadmap for your organisation?

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