Deep Dive 7: Canadian banks and insurers: climate risk stress testing and scenario analysis

A session by Robert G. Eccles, Therese Feng, Mark Narron, Ellen Quigley and Hugh Wheelan
Persefoni, The Climate Service, Fitch Ratings, University of Cambridge, Cambridge University Centre for the Study of Existential Risk and Responsible Investor

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How can Canadian banks define, measure and build resilience to climate-related risks? Is regulatory action needed to create standards and best practices for climate risk management in the banking sector? How is OSFI scenario analysis being done in Canada and what does it mean for financing?


Speakers:

  • Ellen Quigley, Senior Research Associate in Climate Risk & Sustainable Finance, Cambridge University Centre for the Study of Existential Risk & Advisor to the Chief Financial Officer, University of Cambridge
  • Mark Narron, Senior Director, Fitch Ratings
  • Robert G. Eccles, Strategic Adviser, Persefoni
  • Therese Feng, VP of Research, The Climate Service
  • Moderator: Hugh Wheelan, Co-Founder & Joint Managing Director, Responsible Investor

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