Our Climate & ESG Solutions team will be hosting a climate risk workshop for pension funds and insurance companies during London Climate Action Week 2024.

Climate change is an increasingly important and complex risk factor that will impact all investors globally, including pension funds and insurance companies.

On Wednesday 26 June, our Climate & ESG solutions team will be hosting ‘Barometer’ during London Climate Action Week 2024’s under their key theme – “Moving finance in service of climate action at a global scale”.

Attendees will gain insights from our climate specialists and other special guest speakers on various climate-related investment and risk topics specifically tailored for pension funds and insurance companies . These range from how to assess the market implications arising from climate-related physical and transition risks to emerging investment opportunities within the renewable energy and low carbon technology sectors.

The three-hour afternoon workshop held in the City of London will include dedicated breakout sessions followed by networking drinks at a stunning rooftop location, providing sweeping panoramic views of London’s skyline.

Please note this event is invitation only, please contact us for more information.

Confirmed speaker and topics – more will be announced soon

Bert Kramer, Head of Climate Research, Ortec Finance

How should investors consider the pricing-in of climate-related physical and transition impacts?

Janos Hidi, Principal Economist for Sustainable Investment, Cambridge Econometrics

Key investment trends in renewable energy and low carbon technologies

Bronwyn Claire, Climate Science Lead, Ortec Finance

As climate changes alters liabilities for insurers, do investments alter too?

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