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Climate Risk Management: A New Pillar in Bank ERM

Thursday, December 8, 2022
60 minutes

As companies around the world move quickly to quantify risk associated with climate change, U.S. regulators, policymakers, investors and banks themselves are slowly working to level the playing field with the rest of the world. The SEC’s Climate Disclosure Rule for issuers requires companies to disclose climate-related risks that are reasonably likely to have a material impact on their business, results of operations, or financial condition. The SEC’s rule would also require disclosure of a company's greenhouse gas emissions. In addition, the Federal Reserve plans to start climate stress-testing exercises with the largest U.S. banks to further clarify how to manage climate risk.

Join S&P Global Market Intelligence and leading banking industry executives as we discuss how banks can take steps to begin to assess, monitor and manage risk created by climate change and the low carbon transition.

We’ll discuss:

  • Carbon footprinting: How to quantify Scope 1 and Scope 2 GHG emissions and set a baseline to establish reasonable targets and progress over time.
  • Quantifying Scope 3 financed emissions across asset classes in accordance with the Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials (PCAF)
  • Transition risk: Evaluating a client’s current ability to absorb future carbon prices
  • Quantifying physical risk among real estate assets
  • Task-Force for Climate Related Disclosures (TCFD) reporting
  • Incorporating ESG risk factors when evaluating which loans to make
  • How to comply with the SEC’s new Climate Disclosure Rule; how to define materiality
  • What is a reasonable expectation for disclosures for U.S. Banks and how to avoid “greenwashing”?
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S&P Global Contributor
Maureen McKenna is the Solutions Lead for U.S. Commercial Banks at S&P Global Market Intelligence. In this role, she produces segment specific thought leadership and identifies opportunities for Commercial Banks to partner with S&P Global to leverage our full suite of products. Full Bio


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Samantha Norquist is the Chief ESG Officer at Forbright Bank. Ms. Norquist previously served as a Director on the Asset Management team of Alliance Partners... Full Bio
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Bill Cimino is currently Senior Vice President and Director of Investor Relations for Atlantic Union Bankshares. As the leader of investor relations... Full Bio
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Ivan Frishberg is the Chief Sustainability Officer at Amalgamated Bank where he leads the firm’s work on Corporate Social Responsibility and ESG integration. Full Bio

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