Climate change is considered to be a major threat to financial stability. This webinar offers an introduction to the developments in financial regulation related to climate change and climate financial risk, with the focus on developments in Europe.
It poses the question of responsibility: Which institutions and actors should be involved in tackling climate change – governments, independent central banks, financial supervisors, the private sector or all? It also analyses the current and future action of financial regulators: What is and what could be the role of central banks and financial regulators in tackling climate change? A webinar for everybody interested in understanding climate risk as a financial systemic risk.
Tomasz Emil Piasecki is a Financial Risk Manager with experience across investment and central banking. In recent years he worked at the Market and Liquidity Risk Department at Credit Suisse where he was responsible for sensitivity and scenario analysis. He also worked at the National Bank of Poland on international banking regulations. He is one of the first risk professionals holding the Sustainability and Climate Risk designation (SCR™) developed and certified by the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP). He holds a MSc in Economics degree from the University of Sussex.
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