February 16, 2023
16:30 – 20:00
Trabrennstraße 2B (2. Stock)
The registrations are now open for our upcoming PRMIA - Professional Risk Managers' International Association event.
Join us in Vienna on 16th of February where we together with David Carlin (Climate Risk and TCFD program lead at United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI)) and our Austrian banking experts Marosi Gabriel (Chief Sustainability Officer at Erste Group), Christian Steinlechner (ESG Data Hub Manager at Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG) and Donald Baillie ( Head of Risk Practice DACH at SAS and Prof. (FH) at Lauder Business School) discuss how banks can balance the risks with the opportunities introduced by the Climate Change and make their business strategies fit for the new decarbonized & Net Zero world.
This is free to attend physical event followed by drinks & networking. Looking forward to welcoming you at our office on 16th of Feb. Details & registration below
16:30 – 17:00 Registration
17:00 – 17:10 Climate Risk & Net Zero – The What, the Why and the How. Peter Plochan (SAS Principal Risk Management Advisor & PRMIA Risk Management Trainer)
17:10 – 17:25: Climate Risk & Net Zero – The Global Outlook and Trends for 2023-2024
David Carlin (UNEP-FI, TCFD and Climate Risk program lead)
17:25 – 18:10: Balancing the risks and rewards of Climate Change – the impact on banks’ strategy and customers - panel discussion - facilitated Peter Plochan
18:10 – 20:00: Get Together & Networking
|Continued Risk Learning Credits: 1
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