- Webcast -
Tuesday, February 28, 2023 4:00 PM
In this webcast, GARP Risk Institute’s Jo Paisley, Maxine Nelson and Tim Walton will look back at how climate risk management has evolved over the four years of conducting the GARP Annual Climate Risk Management Survey.
Within the context of evolving scientific and regulatory understanding, the GRI team will consider how firms are currently managing climate risks, where they are struggling, and how things might develop moving forward.
Drawing on insights from their annual climate risk management surveys, this webcast covers:
•The changing external context for firms, from advances in climate science to changing regulatory expectation;
•The growing sophistication of firms’ quantification of climate risks and top challenges;
•A look ahead to what might be in store next.
President, GARP Risk Institute
Jo has worked on a variety of risk areas at GRI, including stress testing, operational resilience, model risk management and climate risk. Her career prior to joining GARP spanned public and private sectors, including working as the Director of the Supervisory Risk Specialist Division within the Prudential Regulation Authority and as Global Head of Stress Testing at HSBC.
Dr. Maxine Nelson
SVP, GARP Risk Institute
Maxine currently focusses on climate risk management. Previous roles have included operational risk modelling at NAB, leading KMPG London’s credit risk team, senior consultant at Oliver Wyman, responsibility for counterparty credit risk at the UK Financial Services Authority, and Global Head of Wholesale Risk Analytics and Head of Capital Planning at HSBC.
Associate Vice President, GARP Risk Institute
Tim specializes in sustainability and climate risk issues. His work spans research, programme management and content production. Before joining GARP, Tim studied at the University of Warwick where he completed a BA in Politics, Philosophy & Economics, and an MA in Political & Legal Theory.