Addressing best practices for embedding systemic climate related risk in investment at IPE ESG event
Ortec finance is delighted to be part of the latest IPE ESG breakfast seminar, taking place on June 18 in Copenhagen.
IPE’s ESG seminars are designed to tackle questions surrounding the measurement and implementation of ESG across different asset classes, the role of ESG data in risk/return analysis and the use of sustainability as a performance driver with topics including ESG integration, application across different asset classes, stewardship and responsible ownership, future proofing portfolios / carbon risk reduction, climate bonds taxonomy and so on.
In this seminar, Willemijn Verdegaal, Co-head of Climate & ESG Solutions will present her ideas about “Evolving Best Practices for Embedding Systemic Climate Related Risks and Opportunities into Financial Investment Analysis.”
Her speech will focus on how climate change has been recognized as a systemic driver of financial risks and developed an array of new challenges for investors. What is the impact of various global warming pathways on forward-looking financial risks and returns on different sectors, regions and risk drivers? And, what does this mean for your holistic objectives and risk appetite?
During this session, Willemijn will showcase how Ortec Finance has integrated quantified systemic climate risks and opportunities associated with different global warming pathways into traditional multi-horizon, real-world scenarios sets that drive strategic investment decision-making.