We welcome you to join our Climate Risk Financing MasterClass set to take place on the 25 -26 February 2020 in Vienna, Austria. The training will be led by Gerhard Mulder, Director, and co-founder of Climate Risk Services in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Climate change creates risks in four different ways: regulatory risks (such as new legislation or carbon pricing), physical risks (such as extreme weather events or loss of productivity), technological risks (such as electric vehicles or renewable energy), and social risk (such as the anti-coal coalition). These risks extend to supply chains (upstream) as well as market changes (downstream).
Investors and regulators, such as central banks, are taking ;Financial institutions, therefore, must develop an understanding of what climate change means to them, which actions they can take, and how they can report on their activities. Participants will learn about climate trends, current policy responses, how climate change impacts portfolios, how to close the data gap, work through case studies, learn how to quantify climate risk, and apply the Climate Risk Sensitivity/Impact Matrix to your own institution.
Make sure to join us in Vienna for the ultimate knowledge-sharing experience!
25 Feb 2020 @ 08:00 am
26 Feb 2020 @ 05:00 pm
Duration: 1 days, 9 hours
Austria Trend Hotel Astoria
32-34 Kärntner Straße