Climate change is a risk multiplier, generating increasingly unprecedented impacts on assets, supply chains, infrastructure and regulations across jurisdictions. As we transition towards a low-carbon environment, risks will arise from a number of areas such as changing regulations and policies, new technologies, market forces, and reputational issues. These risks will be particularly difficult to quantify and therefore act upon, but this event gives you the opportunity to practice decision making in a world of increasing uncertainty.
This virtual event in collaboration with The Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) and Chapter Zerowill allow attendees to play the role of board members of a fictional company and grapple with real-time strategic questions the board must address as it navigates through a world that is transitioning to a low-carbon economy.
This event is for Non-executive and Executive Directors, Company Secretaries and General Counsel to deepen your understanding of transition risks and opportunities, equipping attendees with practical information to prepare their business for the risks of tomorrow, and evolve their business to be successful in the new economy while minimising potential liabilities.
Julie Baddeley, Founder and Chair of Steering Group - Chapter Zero
Nigel Brook, Partner, Clyde & Co
Maxine Nelson, SVP, GARP Risk Institute
Meryam Omi, Head of Sustainability and Responsible Investment Strategy, LGIM
Jo Paisley, Co-President, GARP Risk Institute.
David Tyler, Chairman, Domestic & General and The White Company
Please click the Register button below and you will be directed to GARP to facilitate your registration.