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Webinar Replay: Carbon Earnings At Risk And Its Alignment With TCFD
With 195 nations committed to curbing global warming by substantially reducing annual greenhouse gas emissions, a course has been set to change the shape of the current economy. Policy interventions can build economic incentives to move away from high-carbon activities by placing financial responsibility for the social cost of climate change onto the polluter.
With TCFD-based reporting becoming mandatory for PRI signatories in 2020, organizations are encouraged to conduct scenario analysis to understand the resilience of their bottom lines against a ‘new normal’ backdrop, where emitting carbon incurs increasing financial penalties
Join this complimentary webinar with expert panelists as they discuss:
• What does TCFD recommend for integration of scenario analysis and forward looking climate related financial risk disclosure?
• Trucost solutions to help quantify future carbon price for companies under a range of policy scenarios?
• Key drivers of carbon price risk for 500 of the world’s largest companies?
• How to incorporate scenario analysis & carbon pricing in portfolio analysis and reporting?
Lauren SmartGlobal Head of Financial Institutions Business, Trucost, part of S&P Global
Lauren is Managing Director, Global Head of Financial Institutions Business at Trucost, part of S&P Global. Full Bio
Lauren is Managing Director, Global Head of Financial Institutions Business at Trucost, part of S&P Global. A leader in carbon and environmental risk analysis, Trucost assesses risks relating to climate change, natural resource constraints and broader ESG factors, enabling companies and financial institutions to understand their ESG exposure to these factors, inform resilience and identify transformative solutions for a more sustainable global economy.
Lauren is an expert in sustainable finance and, over the last decade, has advised leading fund managers, pension funds, banks and DFIs globally on how to integrate climate change and natural capital analysis into their investment decision making.
Prior to joining Trucost, Lauren was a Senior Investment Associate in Global Equity Research at Putnam Investments specialising in Pharmaceuticals, Chemicals and Aerospace & Defence. She was also a consultant at DFID (UK Department for International Development), working on the Millennium Development Goals for Girls’ Education.
Lauren holds a BA (Hons) and MA from Cambridge University in Archaeology and Anthropology and an MSc in Anthropology and International Development from the London School of Economics. Lauren is a member of the Decision Maker Panel of the Bank of England and is also a regular speaker and respected commentator on environmental finance issues. Minimize
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Jessica TaylorHead of Client Development, Financial Institutions Business, Trucost, part of S&P Global
Jessica is Head of Client Development for the Financial Institutions business at Trucost, part of S&P Global. Full Bio
Jessica is Head of Client Development for the Financial Institutions business at Trucost, part of S&P Global. This entails: providing day to day support and training for our clients; overseeing product developments to meet the future objectives of our clients; and, working with partners to distribute Trucost data through global channels.
Jessica joined Trucost in 2008, working with asset managers and asset owners to integrate environmental data into their investment decisions. In 2010, she became responsible for developing and managing Trucost’s relationships with consultancies, software houses and financial data providers across the globe. Her responsibilities have included project management, product design & testing, strategy, contract negotiation, report editing and writing.
Jessica holds a BA Hons in English Literature from Durham University. Minimize
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Rick LordLead on ESG Management and Value Creation, Trucost, part of S&P Global
Rick is a Consultant in the Corporate Services team and lead on ESG management and value creation at Trucost, part of S&P Global. Full Bio
Rick is a Consultant in the Corporate Services team and lead on ESG management and value creation at Trucost, part of S&P Global.
Rick specialises in natural and social capital valuation and life cycle analysis. His work at Trucost focuses on the analysis of the net benefits of products, services and processes; business engagement with the sustainable development goals; and developing new methods to quantify and value ESG risks and opportunities in business. Rick also leads Trucost’s research on internal carbon pricing for corporates. Rick has experience leading projects with diverse clients across the food and beverage, apparel, infrastructure, chemicals, airline, and renewable energy sectors.
Rick holds a Masters in Environmental Economics from Imperial College London, and a Bachelor of Science from the Queensland University of Technology. Prior to joining Trucost, Rick worked for the UK Department of Environment Food and Rural Affairs focusing on the valuation of air quality impacts on health; a carbon finance charity focusing on the monetization of the social return on investment of their activities; and for over eight years as a project manager and scientific writer in the medical research sector. Minimize
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