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Climate Risk

Challenges and Opportunities for Finance and Risk Professionals


12.00-13.00pm (BST) Thursday 27 May 2021


The Chartered Insurance Institute is pleased to invite you to join this upcoming webinar, hosted by the Chartered Bankers Institute.

Managing climate-related risks and supporting the transition to a low-carbon world are amongst our most significant global challenges. Central banks, financial regulators, financial institutions and many finance professionals consider the identification, measurement and disclosure of these to be strategic priorities. Recognising the strategic importance of this topic, and supporting the COP26 Private Finance Strategy objective that every financial decision should include climate change, the Chartered Body Alliance have developed their first joint qualification, the Certificate in Climate Risk, to develop the capacity and capabilities of finance and risk professionals globally in this key area. 

Join us on 27th May to hear from members of the syllabus panel of leading finance experts from banking, insurance and investment convened by the Chartered Body Alliance to develop this new qualification. Amongst other topics they will discuss:

Panel Members

Who should attend?

  • All finance and risk professionals globally who wish to develop their knowledge and expertise of climate risk, including banking (retail and wholesale), insurance, investment management, policymakers, central bankers and regulators, analysts and consultants
  • CROs, HR and L&D professionals interested in building the capability and capacity of their teams and institutions in this key area

Why should I attend?

All finance and risk professionals globally need to develop their knowledge of climate risk, and how this relates to other risks faced by financial institutions and their customers and clients. 

Attending this webcast will provide you with an overview of some of the key aspects of climate risk, and how climate risk may be effectively identified, measured, managed and disclosed.


This digital event is hosted by the Chartered Bankers Institute and is free to join.