Risk Training: Identifying and managing the financial risks of climate change

18 Mar

We regret to inform you that Sionic will no longer be participating in this event.

We have been listening carefully to the current official health advice surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19). Given that the nature of events is to encourage individuals to gather together, we have taken the difficult decision to withdraw participation. This is not a decision taken in response to any specific concern about the event, but because we believe that we have a responsibility to look after the physical wellbeing of our guests and we believe that risk can best be minimised by cancelling.

Thank you again for your interest in attending. We will ensure we stay in touch with news of future events on this topic and with information that we can share digitally and online.

Leading risk, regulation and ESG expert Paul Dobbs will be speaking at this two-day event on identifying and managing the financial risks of climate change.

In April 2019, the Bank of England released its supervisory statement for banks and insurers outlining the financial risks from climate change and the strategic approach needed to manage these risks. The guidance has forced institutions to consider their initial plans for putting frameworks in place, as well as nominating senior individuals who will be climate-responsible.

This course is CPD accredited and delegates will earn 12 points if in attendance for both days of the course. The course will be held under Chatham House Rule with the opportunity for discussion within a practical learning environment.

If you would like to attend, please register directly through Risk.

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