Climate Risk & Regulation
Instituto de Formação Bancária (IFB) and Moody´s Analytics (MA) are pleased to release a Training Program to explore the Climate Risk and Regulation trends.
As climate-related financial risks continue to grow in relevance with wide-ranging impact on business strategy and decisions, it is imperative that decision-makers understand how to effectively identify, measure and manage potential climate-related exposures to the bank’s operation.
Climate Risk & Regulation provides practical tools and guidance to banks on how to identify potential sources of climate risk to help them evaluate transition and physical risks’ impacts on their bank. Participants also learn how to synthesize, analyze, and apply information about climate change and climate policy developments to support and shape their organization’s strategies, policies, products, and services to support their organization’s response to climate change.
Upon completion of this seminar, delegates will be able to:
- Identify key sources of climate risks and transmission channels that impact organizational performance.
- Discuss market mechanisms to mitigate climate risk.
- Evaluate the impact of climate change on the financial sector and the broader economy.
- Identify tools, solutions, and methodologies to measure and manage climate risks.
Top management and Mid management
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Portfolio, asset, and fund managers
- Credit Analysts
- Financial Analysts
- Equity analysts
- Risk and finance professionals
- Asset owners
- Investment and commercial bankers
- Financial regulators
- Corporate strategy managers
- Senior managers
Module 1 – Climate Risks Overview
- Emerging Climate Risks Regulation
- Types and Drivers of Climate Risk
- Mitigation Measures and Financing Opportunities
- Global Agreements and Regulatory Frameworks
Module 2 – Reporting on Climate Risk
- Climate Risk Data and Reporting
- Global Initiatives in Climate Risk management and Reporting
- Challenges to Mainstreaming Climate-Aligned Investments
Fabrizio Palmucci has over 20 years of experience in sustainability, credit risk and asset management roles. Within sustainability, Fabrizio is primarily focused on climate risk and climate finance and act as an advisor for asset owners, asset managers, banks and corporates both as an independent advisor as well as through his involvement with the Climate Bonds Initiative. Fabrizio has deep expertise on how to integrate climate risk within strategy and sustainability frameworks of financial services firms within the context of achieving the net zero transition. Fabrizio regularly act as a sustainable finance trainer for different organisations including Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership and the Climate Bonds Initiative. He has also been working on climate risk courses primarily for financial services firms but as well specifically for boards. Previously in his career, Fabrizio worked in different fixed-income related roles (including trading and strategy) in the asset management industry and rating agencies. The companies included Jupiter AM, Pimco and BNP Investment Partners. Within rating agencies, Fabrizio worked both at Moody’s and S&P as a corporate credit analyst. Panellist and moderator of sustainability related events (for ex. FT Moral Money), Fabrizio is passionate about sustainability and keen to share the latest developments. Fabrizio is a CFA charterholder and holds an Executive MBA from the London Business School. Also, he holds a master’s degree from the University-Hainut in Belgium of Monsart.