Webcast : Climate-related risks and sustainable finance

Overview of the guide published by the ECB on climate-related and environmental risks

Overview of the guide published by the ECB on climate-related and environmental risks

Webcast : Climate-related risks and sustainable finance

Présentation


On Thursday 5 November, 13:30 – 15:00 CET, the KPMG ECB Office will host a webcast on  climate-related risks and sustainable finance, with leading speakers from the European Central Bank (ECB), the European Banking Authority (EBA) and the European Commission.

The purpose of the webcast will be to discuss the recent guide published by the ECB on climate-related and environmental risks, the supervisory expectations relating to risk management, climate risk stress testing and the impact of COVID-19 on the sustainable finance agenda.

Please note the webcast will be in English.

Places are limited so please register your interest as soon as possible. If you are unable to join, please forward this invitation on to a colleague who may be interested in your absence.

Please do contact us to receive an on-demand recording after the webinar.

Programme & Intervenants


Programme

The purpose of the webcast will be to discuss the recent guide published by the ECB on climate-related and environmental risks, the supervisory expectations relating to risk management, climate risk stress testing and the impact of COVID-19 on the sustainable finance agenda.

This topic is particularly relevant to Significant Institutions (SIs) directly supervised by the ECB. Please note to follow ECB policy we are not allowed to host members of press.

Intervenants

 

Henning Dankenbring, 
Partner, KPMG ECB Office

Moderator

 

Fátima Pires,
Deputy Director General,
DG Macroprudential Policy and Financial Stability,
the European Central Bank
 

 

Slavka Eley, 
Head of Banking Markets,
Innovation and Products,
the European Banking Authority



Markus Quick,

Partner, KPMG in Germany

 

Guan Schellekens, 
Team Lead, Specialised Institutions
and Less Significant Institutions,
the European Central Bank
(Banking supervision)
 



Carmelo Salleo, 
Head of Division in the Stress Testing and Modelling Division
in DG Macroprudential Policy and Financial Stability,
the European Central BankHenning 

 

Lucia Alessi, 
Project Leader,
the European Commission – Joint Research Centre

Inscription & Contact


Informations pratiques


Date : Jeudi 5 novembre 2020
Heure : 13h30 – 15h00 (CET)


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