dry cracked earth and mountains

Modeling and managing the energy transition

Event Details


September 25, 2019 | 08:15 - 10:15 EST | New York

Four of the top five global risks by impact relate to climate change, according to the World Economic Forum Global Risks Report 2019. Initiatives such as the G20’s Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures are pushing climate risk to board level. This seminar will consider the investor response to climate risk and how scenario analysis can be used to assess climate change risks and opportunities.

We will explore the climate risk impacts on financial institutions and corporates, and the use of a global energy system model to create fully consistent sectoral/regional pathways. These pathways can be used to assess investment opportunities in a consistent way, support specific company analysis, as well as conduct impact assessments on broad financial portfolios.

Our panel of experts includes:

  • Jane Caskey, Global Head of Risk Advisory, Norton Rose Fulbright
  • Oliver Rix, Partner, Baringa Partners
  • John Hoepper, Head of US Stewardship and Sustainable Investments, Legal & General Investment Management Limited

Attendance only with prior registration – register now

Other events we are hosting during NY Climate Week:
Sustainable finance – looking to the new horizon

Hosted jointly by:
Norton Rose Fulbright
Baringa Partners