Our speakers reviewed the findings of the recent Sia Partners Climate Risk Study of over 70 participants concluded in January of this year. Numerous LSTA members joined this effort. Topics included:

  • The global study included GSIB’s, institutional investors and numerous foreign banks and U.S. Regional Banks.  The inputs across the participants demonstrated that much work remains in building out a competitive climate risk mitigation effort at firms worldwide.
  • The study highlighted solid governance progress for many participants, but meaningful gaps on building out scenario analysis and stress testing which are significant concerns of regulators worldwide.  The study also isolated the need for broader efforts in the public and private sector for expanded standardization in efforts on investor disclosure and metrics to measure progress on meeting Net Zero requirements by 2050
  • Panelists will also address the geographic gap in progress between US and European firms and the differing efforts of regulators to implement a broad set of requirements and balancing that against industry economic progress and business realities.

EVENT DETAILS

Tuesday, March 8, 2022
4:00PM to 5:00PM (ET) | Webcast Only
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1.0 CLE Credit Offered

SPEAKERS

  • John Gustav – Partner, Sia Partners
  • Brendan D. Moriarty – Senior Manager, Sia Partners
  • Michael J. Ruder – Special Counsel, Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
  • Bradley P. Ziff – Senior Advisor and Operating Partner, Sia Partners
  • Tess Virmani – AGC & EVP – Public Policy, Head of ESG – Webcast Intro

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