Sustainable Finance Regulation

Sustainable Finance Regulation
New course! As the materiality of climate change to financial institutions becomes increasing evident, a growing number of central banks and financial regulators are considering how to integrate climate-related financial risk into their supervisory frameworks. In this live course, gain a solid base knowledge about the rapidly expanding field of sustainable finance regulation.
 
  Date:
June 21, 2022

  Time:
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. EDT
13:00 - 17:00 BST/GMT
(includes breaks)

  Presented By:
Thomas Verhagen, Instructor and Advisor

  Session Length:
3.5  hours - Delivered live virtually and
recorded for those who cannot attend live

 

About This Course
 
This training will provide risk professionals with a solid base knowledge about the rapidly expanding field of sustainable finance regulation.

As the materiality of climate change to financial institutions becomes increasing evident, a growing number of central banks and financial regulators are considering how to integrate climate-related financial risk into their supervisory frameworks. The growth of regulation is driven through international cooperation, like the Central Banks and Supervisors Network for Greening the Financial System (NGFS), and through regional and national level interventions, like the EU’s sustainability finance regulation and the SEC’s proposed climate disclosures. This training will provide a sound grounding in these developments, and what it means in practice for risk management professionals.


Who Should Attend
  • Any finance professional interested in the impact the zero-carbon transition will have for the financial assets and the financial services sector.
About Our Experts

  
  Thomas Verhagen is a former banker specialized in sustainable finance. His banking career encompassed roles in client coverage, risk management, financial restructuring and product innovation. Across the Americas and EMEA, Thomas has worked with banks, asset managers, pension funds, DFIs, social enterprises, financial regulators, fintechs and universities. In his work, Thomas bridges academia and practice to deliver ambitious yet pragmatic outcomes. His drive comes from a desire to help grow businesses and institutions that successfully combine commerciality and sustainability at scale.

Thomas is a consultant and advisor for financial institutions and fintechs. Having previously led the banking group at the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL), he now holds a Senior Associateship there with a special focus on fintech for sustainability.

Thomas is a co-author of the CFA’s ESG Investing certification. He holds a M.Sc. in Finance from Tilburg University.


Continued Risk Learning Credits: 3.5

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Registration
 Membership Type Price
   
 Sustaining, Corporate, and RIM Members $199
 Contributing Member and Non Member $239

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When
6/21/2022 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Where
Live Virtual Course
 

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