Why should you attend?

More defined from the ESG predecessor, Climate Risk is a critical challenge for financial institutions, affecting credit risk, asset prices and regulatory compliance. Upward pressure with the need to change to environmental concerns, with increase of extreme weather events, and transition risks have placed additional requirements on financial institutions.

CeFPro has assembled an impressive line-up of thought leaders to address the critical challenges faced by financial institutions, with presentations, interactive panel discussions, roundtables and interactive polling sessions…

Key highlights

  • REGULATION:
    Managing the prescriptiveness of regulation and the complexities of global expectations
  • CLIMATE SCENARIO ANALYSIS:
    Reviewing the Federal Reserve scenario analysis requirements, guidelines and results
  • TRANSITION RISK:
    Developing a roadmap for successful implementation and execution of transition plans
  • PHYSICAL RISK:
    Assessing the relationship and impact of physical risk across other areas of an organization
  • BIODIVERSITY & NATURE:
    Navigating the complex relationship between climate, biodiversity and nature related risk
  • CARBON MARKETS :
    Leveraging investment opportunities in the current and future carbon markets landscape
  • NET ZERO:
    Distinguishing the difference between making net zero commitments and developing a robust transition plan
  • DECARBONIZATION:
    Understanding the challenges and opportunities of decarbonizing your portfolios
an engaged audience of risk professionals gaining valuable insights at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

An engaging and interactive agenda spread across 2-days

Participate in a comprehensive exploration of the topics at hand via presentations, panel discussions, and live Q&As to facilitate learning and engagement.

Subject matter expert sharing their knowledge at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Subject matter experts share their knowledge and experiences

Our line-up of 30+ knowledgeable and experienced practitioners speakers bring the highest standard within the industry, offering fresh perspectives and insights for you to return to your department with.

Risk professionals networking and making meaningful business connections at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

7+ hours of available networking opportunities

Continue conversations from inside the auditorium over coffee, lunch, and at our complimentary drinks reception. Make meaningful career-long industry connections to use to your professional advantage.

Key speakers

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Christel Saab
Unit Chief, Environmental and Social Risk Management
Inter-American Development Bank

Tobi Petrocelli, Director of Environmental and Sustainability Management, MUFG Americas will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Tobi Petrocelli
Director Environmental and Sustainability Management
MUFG

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Imtiaz Hussain
Managing Director and Deputy Chief Auditor
BNY Mellon

David Szmigielski, Director, Sustainable Finance & Advisory, Wells Fargo will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

David Szmigielski
Director, Sustainable Finance & Advisory
Wells Fargo

Leah Daly, Senior Director, ESG, Santander US will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Leah Daly
Senior Director, Environmental, Social, Governance, SVP
Santander

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Derek Jun
Managing Director, Head of Climate Risk
Nuveen, A TIAA Company Bank

Olga Puntus

Olga Puntus
Executive Director, Global E&S Risk
JPMorgan Chase & Co

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David Carlin
Head of Climate Risk and TCFD
UNEP Finance Initiative

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Kevin Clarke
Executive Director, Group Regulatory and Governance
UBS

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Marina Severinovsky
Head of Sustainability, North America
Schroders

Just some of the organizations that have sent attendees in the past include:

Session previews and related insights

Get an insight of what to expect from the Congress with our past and present speaker session previews.

Reviewing changes within climate risk and inclusion within risk management practices and stress testing

Reviewing changes within climate risk and inclusion within risk management practices and stress testing Rocco Fanciullo, Head of Liquidity Risk Management, UniCredit SpA Below is an insight into what can be expected from Rocco's session at Risk Evolve 2024. {{ vc_btn: title=Find+out+more+about+CeFPro%27s+Risk+Evolve+2024&style=outline-custom&outline_custom_color=%23001c64&outline_custom_hover_background=%23001c64&outline_custom_hover_text=%23ffffff&link=url%3Ahttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.cefpro.com%252Fforthcoming-events%252Frisk-evolve%252F }} The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the thought

Adhering to multiple disclosure requirements across different standards and jurisdiction

Adhering to multiple disclosure requirements across different standards and jurisdiction Vesselina Haralampieva, Associate Director, Senior Counsel, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Below is an insight into what can be expected from Vesselina' session at ESG Europe Summit 2024. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the thought leader as an individual,

Understanding the role of nature & biodiversity in meeting net zero targets

Understanding the role of nature & biodiversity in meeting net zero targets Julius Herfel, Head of Audit, International Regulatory & Second Line, BNY Mellon Below is an insight into what can be expected from Julius' session at ESG Europe Summit 2024. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the thought leader as an

Reviewing an increase in scrutiny and litigations on environmental and ESG claims

Reviewing an increase in scrutiny and litigations on environmental and ESG claims Jeroen Bos, Global Head of Equities, AXA Investment Managers Below is an insight into what can be expected from Jeroen's session at ESG Europe Summit 2024. {{ vc_btn: title=Find+out+more+about+ESG+Europe+Summit&style=outline-custom&outline_custom_color=%23d51224&outline_custom_hover_background=%23d51224&outline_custom_hover_text=%23ffffff&link=url%3Ahttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.cefpro.com%252Fforthcoming-events%252Fesg-europe%252F }} The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the thought leader

Sponsors

Would your organization like to partner with us on this event?

To discuss how we can deliver your thought-leadership at the event, help you generate leads, and provide you with unique networking and branding opportunities, please contact sales@cefpro.com or call us on +1 888 677 7007 ext. 207 for more information.

Co-sponsor

Archer are Co-sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress

Associate sponsor

Clarity AI are Associate sponsors at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Content and media partners

CeFPro Connect, Knowledge sharing platform for risk professionals

Agenda

8:00 – 8:50

Breakfast and refreshments

8:50 – 9:00

Chair’s opening remarks

9:00 – 9:35

REGULATION
Adapting strategies to manage prescriptiveness of regulation and the complexities of global expectations

  • Reviewing the current and upcoming climate regulation and policy landscape
  • Assessing the impact of IRA on climate risk management
  • Navigating the climate regulatory landscape
  • Managing a lack of regulatory consistency and convergence
  • Impact of EU regulatory framework on the US
  • Navigating global regulation vs US state by state legislations
    • Political impact of complexity
Marika Christopher, Senior Director, Responsible Investing Strategy & Solutions, Nuveen, A TIAA Company will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Marika P. Christopher, Senior Director, Responsible Investing Strategy and Solutions, Nuveen, A TIAA Company

9:35 – 10:20

CLIMATE SCENARIO ANALYSIS – PANEL DISCUSSION
Reviewing the Federal Reserve scenario analysis requirements and guidelines and future wider industry implications

  • Assessing timelines and what this means for the industry
  • Benchmarking results of climate scenario analysis
  • Comparison between Fed, ECB and PRA requirements
  • Managing varying climate scenario analysis maturity levels
  • Leveraging scenarios to understand macro implication and physical risks of climate
  • Managing data limitation for severe stress scenarios
  • Defining when a normal event becomes a climate type analysis
Sharon Asaf, Director, Climate Risk Scenario Analysis, CitiGroup will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Sharon Asaf, Director, Climate Risk Scenario Analysis, Citigroup

Derek Jun, Managing Director, Head of Climate Risk, TIAA & Nuveen will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Derek Jun, Managing Director, Head of Climate Risk, TIAA & Nuveen

10:20-10:50

Morning refreshment break and networking

10:50 – 11:25

CLIMATE RISK
Measuring, managing and quantifying the impacts of climate related risk

  • Integrating climate risk measurements into strategy
  • Evaluating a banks portfolio from a climate risk perspective
  • Translating climate risk into a measure of financial risk and performance
  • Understanding the direct impact of climate on other risk silos
  • Identifying type and impact of a climate risk
  • Understanding climate risk metrics and indicators
Sarah Bratton Hughes, SVP, Head of ESG & Sustainable Investing, American Century Investments will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Sarah Bratton Hughes, SVP, Head of ESG and Sustainable Investing, American Century Investments

11:25 – 12:10

DISCLOSURES – PANEL DISCUSSION
Reviewing disclosure requirements and understanding what final disclosure rules could mean for institutions

  • Disparities of disclosure requirements between regions
  • Ensuring appropriate controls and systems are in place to meet disclosure requirements
  • Overcoming fragmented disclosures globally
  • Data requirements
  • Impact of SEC disclosures on transition risks
  • Understanding potential reputation risks as a result of disclosures
Tobi Petrocelli, Director of Environmental and Sustainability Management, MUFG Americas will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Tobi Petrocelli, Director Environmental and Sustainability Management, MUFG

Leah Daly, Senior Director, ESG, Santander US will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Leah Daly, Senior Director, ESG, Santander US

Ekaterina Grigoryeva, former Environment and Social Development Specialist (Global Lead, Financial Sector), World Bank will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Ekaterina Grigoryeva, Environment and Social Development specialist (Global Lead, Financial Sector), The World Bank

12:10-12:45

CARBON MARKETS & INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Reviewing the current and future carbon markets landscape

  • Assessing the status of carbon markets
  • Key challenges and investment opportunities
  • Reviewing carbon development projects by region
  • Leveraging opportunities into best-in-class investment strategies
  • Technological developments in carbon markets
  • What does the future hold for carbon markets?

12:45-1:45

Lunch break and networking

1:45-2:20

REPORTING
Anticipating new reporting requirements from the ISSB

  • Managing increase in regulatory requirements and incorporating forward looking metrics
  • Use of granular data in reporting
  • Additional climate factors under TCFD and what should be reported
  • Understanding how banks report climate metrics
  • Ensuring climate is effectively reported to the board
Kevin Clarke, Executive Director, Group Compliance, Regulatory and Governance, UBS will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Kevin Clarke, Executive Director, Group Compliance, Regulatory and Governance, UBS

2:20- 2:55

TRANSITION RISK
Developing a roadmap for successful implementation and execution of transition plans

  • Challenges transitioning to a low carbon economy
  • Need for regulation to drive transition to a low carbon economy
  • Transitioning areas heavily dependent on fossil fuels
  • Long and short terms impacts of transition on economic inequality
  • Leveraging data to provide transition pathway and drive transition
  • Use of forward looking metrics to asses transition readiness

2:55-3:25

Afternoon refreshment break and networking

3:25- 4:00

PHYSICAL RISK
Understanding the relationship and ripple effect of physical risk across other areas of an organization

  • Assessing the potential vulnerabilities of your portfolio to physical risk
  • Managing internal and external physical data
  • Location specific data challenges
    • Granularity, location and deep location
  • Identifying all physical assets owned by a company
  • Impact of compounding physical risks
  • Effectively using physical mapping
  • Viewing physical and transition risk in totality
David Carlin, Head of Climate Risk and TCFD, UNEP Finance Initiative will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

David Carlin, Head of Climate Risk and TCFD, UNEP Finance Initiative

4:00- 4:35

CLIMATE RISK IMPLEMENTATION
Implementing climate risk into day to day risk management and business decisions

  • Driving implementation with compliance and regulatory focus
  • Realigning business perspective of climate risk
  • Internalizing climate as a function
  • Building internal climate risk capabilities
  • Firmwide risk identification assessment
Christel Saab, Unit Chief, Environmental and Social Risk Management, Inter-American Development Bank will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Christel Saab, Unit Chief, Environmental and Social Risk Management, Inter-American Development Bank

4:35- 5:10

EXTREME CLIMATE EVENTS
Managing impact of extreme climate events on the banks portfolio and adjusting risk strategies

  • Preparing financial institutions for extreme weather events
  • Reviewing how the insurance industry are ahead of extreme climate events
  • Anticipating an increase in physical hazard events
  • Supply chain risk from extreme climate events
  • Internal investment to prepare for extreme climate events
  • Avoiding geopolitical concentration risks from extreme weather events

5:10-5:20

Chair’s closing remarks

5:20

End of day one and networking drinks reception

8:00-8:50

Breakfast and refreshments

8:50-9:00

Chair’s opening remarks

9:00- 9:45

NET ZERO – PANEL DISCUSSION
Bridging the gap between making net zero commitment and building a robust transition plan

  • Transition requirements to meet net zero goals
  • Influence SEC climate rules will have on how net zero commitments are set
  • Shifting portfolio to stay aligned with net zero targets
  • Re-engineering banking lending policies
  • Ensuring future investment in green products
  • Assessing carbon budget in real time
  • Dynamic assessment of net zero trajectory
  • Political impact of managing differing commitment goals
  • Long and short terms impacts of meeting net zero goals
Karl Pettersen, Chief Sustainability Officer, Societe Generale will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Karl Pettersen, Chief Sustainability Officer, Societe Generale

Si-Yeon Kim, former Chief Legal, Risk and ESG Officer, American Express Business Travel will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Si-Yeon,  former Chief Legal, Risk and ESG Officer, American Express Global Business Travel

Hal Corin, Vice President Sustainability, Global Real Estate, JP Morgan Chase & Co will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Hal Corin, Vice President Sustainability, Global Real Estate, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Markus Lämmer, Chief Operational Officer, Ultra High Net Worth Business, Credit Suisse will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Markus Lammer, Chief Operational Officer, Ultra High Net Worth Business, Credit Suisse

9:45- 10:20

SCOPE 3 EMISSIONS
Ensuring the infrastructure and technology is in place to manage extensive data and reporting requirements of scope 3

  • Assessing data availability from the entire value chain
    • Supply and customer chain
  • Obtaining accurate and usable data
  • Ensuring interpretability and comparability
  • Defining ownership and accountability
  • Ensuring all companies effectively report scope 3 emissions
  • Operational risks of meeting scope 3 emissions reporting requirements
Alessia Falsarone, Executive in Residence, Adjunct Faculty, Circular Economy and Sustainable Business, The University of Chicago will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Alessia Falsarone, Executive in Residence, Adjunct Faculty, Circular Economy and Sustainable Business, The University of Chicago

10:20-10:50

Morning refreshment break and networking

10:50- 11:25

DECARBONIZATION
Understanding the challenges and opportunities of decarbonizing your portfolios and the transference of carbon exposure

  • Leveraging data to decarbonize portfolios
  • Understanding why just divesting is not a solution to decarbonizing
  • Adhering to net zero targets when decarbonizing
  • Driving capital to a more sustainable business model when decarbonizing portfolios
  • Nature dependencies when offsetting carbon
  • Assessing the quality of the carbon offset
  • Review of decarbonization technologies
Marina Severinovsky, Head of Sustainability, North America, Schroders will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Marina Severinovsky, Head of Sustainability, North America, Schroders

11:25- 12:00

FINANCED EMISSIONS
Developing best practice for emission disclosure requirements and methodology

  • Understanding where increase emission reduction is being carried out
  • Managing limited data on emissions and financial flow
    • Anticipating varying emission computation
  • Providing emission reduction on a rolling basis
  • Managing strategic based risks
  • Disclosures under financed emissions
  • Maneuvering different methodologies used by different vendors
  • Expansion of scope 3 use under financed emissions
  • Modeling impact of emissions on different industries and geographies.
Santosh Mishra, Head of Credit Model & Strategic Analytics, KeyBank will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Santosh Mishra, Head of Credit Model & Strategic Analytics, KeyBank

12:00- 12:45

BIODIVERSITY & NATURE – PANEL DISCUSSION
Understanding the complex relationship between climate, biodiversity and nature related risk

  • Biodiversity and deforestation risk as a component of climate
  • Reviewing all of the factors that come under biodiversity
  • Quantifying the impact companies have on biodiversity
  • Incorporating a biodiversity TNFD framework
  • Overcoming a lack of measurement clarity
  • Commercialization and interconnectivity of biodiversity and nature
  • Viewing nature as a solution to climate
  • Incorporating nature related issues as part of a broader ESG Framework
  • Creating the appropriate level of value for nature
  • Reviewing COP 15 outcomes on nature
  • Technological vs nature solutions to offsetting carbon
  • Nature related impacts of biodiversity
David Szmigielski, Director, Sustainable Finance & Advisory, Wells Fargo will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

David Szmigielski, Director, Sustainable Finance & Advisory, Wells Fargo

Olga Puntus, Executive Director, Global E&S Risk, JP Morgan Chase & Co

Olga Puntus, Executive Director, Global E&S Risk, JPMorgan Chase & Co

12:45-1:45

Lunch break and networking

1:45- 2:30

DATA – PANEL DISCUSSION
Reviewing how climate data has evolved and how it needs to continue to evolve to satisfy requirements

  • Regulation and SEC disclosure requirements on collecting and measuring data
  • Understanding how climate data integrates with the strategy of a bank
  • Distinction between physical and transition risk data
  • Obtaining consistent structured and unstructured data from across the organization
  • Overcoming different methodologies used by different providers
  • Conducting sufficient due diligence on third party providers
Imtiaz Hussain, Managing Director and Deputy Chief Auditor, BNY Mellon will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Imtiaz Hussain, Managing Director and Deputy Chief Auditor, BNY Mellon

Andrew Ford, VP, Global Sustainable Finance, Morgan Stanley will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Andrew Ford, VP, Global Sustainable Finance, Morgan Stanley

Jayme Colosimo, ESG Investment Director, Capital Group will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Jayme Colosimo, ESG Investment Director, Capital Group

Speaker-HS-1

Industry Expert, Clarity AI

2:30- 3:05

WATER
Increased assessment of water as a natural resource and a source of risk

  • Effectively pricing water as an asset
  • Impact of climate on water scarcity
  • Water scarcity mapping
  • Politicization around water control and where it originates from
  • Impact of water scarcity on supply chain
  • Reviewing the relationship between water, carbon and land use
Eugene Karl Montoya Alessandri, Board Director, Climate Resilience Finance Lead, Waterfront Alliance will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Eugene Karl Montoya Alessandri, Board Director, Climate Resilience Finance Lead, Waterfront Alliance

3:05- 3:40

MODELING
Reviewing the evolution of climate risk modeling and incorporating all climate risk dimensions

  • Modeling compounding climate risks
  • Incorporating qualitative and quantitative data
  • Lack of guidance from regulators
  • Importance of forward looking data for modeling
  • Building forward looking earnings forecast into pricing models
  • Navigating different modeling approaches
Huiqin (Grace) Duggar, SVP Head of Model Risk, China Construction Bank New York will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Huiqin (Grace) Duggar, SVP Head of Model Risk, China Construction Bank New York

3:40-4:10

Afternoon refreshment break and networking

4:10- 4:45

CREDIT RISK
Understanding the relationship between climate and credit risk and overcoming a lack of historical data

  • Quantifying climate and environmental risk into credit worthiness assessment
  • Assessing how climate can be a driver of credit risk
  • Introducing climate related metrics into credit processes
  • Factoring climate risk into your lending portfolio
  • Physical risk implications on lenders
  • Collaboration between climate and credit risk teams
  • Incorporating climate data into credit risk models

4:45- 5:20

SOCIAL RISK
Reviewing how social risk and adverse impacts relate to climate change risk

  • Implications of transition risk on people
  • Offsetting climate catastrophe to protect people
  • Upskilling of existing employees to understand climate risk
  • Divergency of climate risk within senior management
    • Setting climate risk tone from the top
  • Attracting and maintaining climate related talent
  • Redeeming, divesting and investing in climate positive solutions
    Internal co-ordination
Olga Puntus, Executive Director, Global E&S Risk, JP Morgan Chase & Co

Olga Puntus, Executive Director, Global E&S Risk, JPMorgan Chase & Co

 

5:20-5:30

Chair’s closing remarks

5:30

End of Congress

Would your organization like to partner with us on this event?

To discuss how we can deliver your thought-leadership at the event, help you generate leads, and provide you with unique networking and branding opportunities, please contact sales@cefpro.com or call us on +1 888 677 7007 ext. 207 for more information.

Sponsors

Co-sponsor

Archer are Co-sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress

Associate sponsor

Clarity AI are Associate sponsors at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Content and media partners

Speakers

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Sharon Asaf, Director, Climate Risk Scenario Analysis, CitiGroup will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Sharon Asaf
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Sarah Bratton Hughes, SVP, Head of ESG & Sustainable Investing, American Century Investments will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Sarah Bratton Hughes
SVP, Head of ESG & Sustainable Investing
American Century Investments

David Carlin, Head of Climate Risk and TCFD, UNEP Finance Initiative will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

David Carlin
Head of Climate Risk and TCFD
UNEP Finance Initiative

Marika Christopher, Senior Director, Responsible Investing Strategy & Solutions, Nuveen, A TIAA Company will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Marika Christopher
Senior Director, Responsible Investing Strategy & Solutions
Nuveen, A TIAA Company

Kevin Clarke, Executive Director, Group Compliance, Regulatory and Governance, UBS will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Kevin Clarke
Executive Director, Group Compliance, Regulatory and Governance
UBS

Jayme Colosimo, ESG Investment Director, Capital Group will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Jayme Colosimo
ESG Investment Director
Capital Group

Hal Corin, Vice President Sustainability, Global Real Estate, JP Morgan Chase & Co will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Hal Corin
Vice President Sustainability, Global Real Estate
JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Leah Daly, Senior Director, ESG, Santander US will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Leah Daly
Senior Director, ESG
Santander US

Huiqin (Grace) Duggar, SVP Head of Model Risk, China Construction Bank New York will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Huiqin (Grace) Duggar
SVP Head of Model Risk
China Construction Bank New York

Alessia Falsarone, Executive in Residence, Adjunct Faculty, Circular Economy and Sustainable Business, The University of Chicago will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Alessia Falsarone
Executive in Residence, Adjunct Faculty, Circular Economy and
Sustainable Business

The University of Chicago

Andrew Ford, VP, Global Sustainable Finance, Morgan Stanley will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Andrew Ford
VP, Global Sustainable Finance
Morgan Stanley

Ekaterina Grigoryeva, former Environment and Social Development Specialist (Global Lead, Financial Sector), World Bank will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Ekaterina Grigoryeva
Environment and Social Development Specialist (Global Lead, Financial Sector)
World Bank

Imtiaz Hussain, Managing Director and Deputy Chief Auditor, BNY Mellon will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Imitiaz Hussain
Managing Director and Deputy Chief Auditor
BNY Mellon

Derek Jun, Managing Director, Head of Climate Risk, TIAA & Nuveen will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Derek Jun
Managing Director, Head of Climate Risk
TIAA & Nuveen

Eugene Karl Montoya Alessandri, Board Director, Climate Resilience Finance Lead, Waterfront Alliance will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Eugene Karl Montoya Alessandri
Board Director, Climate Resilience Finance Lead
Waterfront Alliance

Si-Yeon Kim, former Chief Legal, Risk and ESG Officer, American Express Business Travel will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Si-Yeon Kim
former Chief Legal, Risk and ESG Officer
American Express Global Business Travel

Markus Lämmer, Chief Operational Officer, Ultra High Net Worth Business, Credit Suisse will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Markus Lammer
Chief Operational Officer, Ultra High Net Worth Business
Credit Suisse

Santosh Mishra, Head of Credit Model & Strategic Analytics, KeyBank will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Santosh Mishra
Head of Credit Model & Strategic Analytics
KeyBank

Tobi Petrocelli, Director of Environmental and Sustainability Management, MUFG Americas will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Tobi Petrocelli
Director of Environmental and Sustainability Management
MUFG Americas

Karl Pettersen, Chief Sustainability Officer, Societe Generale will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Karl Pettersen
Chief Sustainability Officer
Societe Generale

Olga Puntus, Executive Director, Global E&S Risk, JP Morgan Chase & Co

Olga Puntus
Executive Director, Global E&S Risk
JP Morgan Chase & Co

Christel Saab, Unit Chief, Environmental and Social Risk Management, Inter-American Development Bank will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Christel Saab
Unit Chief, Environmental and Social Risk Management
Inter-American Development Bank

Marina Severinovsky, Head of Sustainability, North America, Schroders will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Mariana Severinovsky
Head of Sustainability, North America
Schroders

David Szmigielski, Director, Sustainable Finance & Advisory, Wells Fargo will be speaking at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

David Szmigielski
Director, Sustainable Finance & Advisory
Wells Fargo

Sponsors

Co-sponsor

Archer are Co-sponsors at CeFPro's Vendor & Third Party Risk Congress

Associate sponsor

Clarity AI are Associate sponsors at Climate Risk USA by CeFPro Events

Content and media partners

CeFPro Connect, Knowledge sharing platform for risk professionals

Venue & FAQs

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Frequently asked questions

Can I share my thought leadership at Climate Risk USA?

CeFPro are happy to discuss speaking opportunities at the Climate Risk USA Congress. For further information on this please contact production@cefpro.com if you are from a financial institutions / sales@cefpro.com if you are an information/service provider or call us on +1 888 677 7007.

Will there be opportunities to network with other attendees?

There are ample opportunities for networking and interaction throughout the Congress, such as:

  • Breakfast, lunch and refreshment breaks
  • Drinks reception at the end of day-1
  • Q&A, panel discussions and audience participation technology

What is included within the registration fee?

Registration includes breakfast, refreshment breaks, lunches, the drinks reception at the end of day-1, full access to the sessions and exhibition area. Presentations from the sessions are also available via our post-event website, available on CeFPro Connect under Course Materials once the Summit has taken place.

Where can I find the Congress documentation and speaker presentations?

All registered attendees will receive an email with access to documentation and speaker presentations after the Congress*. We will work with our presenters to include as many presentations as possible on our App during the Congress.

* Please note that our speakers often have to gain permission from their relevant compliance departments to release their presentations. On rare occasions compliance may not allow presentations to be distributed.

Will breakfast, lunch and refreshment be provided?

Yes. As with all of our events, the Center for Financial Professionals will be providing brilliant coffee, breakfast, lunch, refreshments, and smaller bites during the networking breaks.

Are CPE Credits available?

Are there any rules on dress code?

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Register for Climate Risk USA today and join 150+ industry professionals and subject matter experts, while engaging in panel discussions, presentations, roundtables, networking, and interactive polls and Q&As.

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A 2-in-1 conference experience

By registering to attend Climate Risk USA, you will also gain complete access to Non-Financial & Operational Risk USA which will be held in the same venue! Take advantage of this unique opportunity to pick and choose which sessions you want to engage in across two events, all for the price of one.

With 2 conferences taking place in 1 and over 40 sessions to listen in to across 3 streams, get your team on board and take advantage of our group booking offers – Buy 4, get the 5th for free!

Non-Financial & Operational Risk USA

Developing best practices to mitigate non-financial and operational risks in an ever-changing financial landscape

The ever-changing role and responsibility of the risk professional, especially during the challenging and unprecedented times, requires new thinking, stringent processes, and greater understanding of the diversity of systems. CeFPro’s Non-Financial and Operational Risk Congress provides a clear path on the current challenges, and future path and opportunities.

The risk landscape is rapidly evolving, and whether your remit of responsibilities resides within climate risk, regulation, cybersecurity, people risk, lines of defence, and beyond, you will be impacted by opposing risks.

Key highlights

  • REGULATION:
    Managing regulatory requirements to manage disparities in an everchanging landscape
  • LINES OF DEFENCE:
    Coordinating risk silos across the three lines of defences whilst increasing collaboration for full risk oversight
  • CYBERSECURITY:
    Managing evolution of cybersecurity and developing defence strategies to mitigate risk
  • THIRD PARTY RISK:
    Controlling and managing third party risk to manage risk exposure
  • RCSA:
    Developing tangible outcomes by leveraging benefits of RCSA beyond a tick box exercise
  • RESILIENCE:
    The implementation of an overarching resilience framework to capture all risks
  • MODEL RISK:
    Developing a model risk output to address errors and improve accuracy of reporting
  • CONVERGENCE:
    Covering the integration of compliance, operational risk, and enterprise risk under one framework

Key speakers

Amy_Butler

Amy Butler
Chief Risk Officer
Legal & General

michael steinhoefel

Michael Steinhoefel
Director, Operational Risk Management
Barclays

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Sabeena Liconte
Chief of Compliance
ICBC

Madiha Fatima, JP Morgan is speaking on cyber security at Vendor & Third Party Risk USA

Madiha Fatima
Executive Director, Operational & Outsourcing Risk
JP Morgan

Dominique Benz

Dominque Benz
Managing Director, Americas Head of Business Controls
Mizuho

christopher_nestore

Christopher Nestore
Head of Enterprise and Operational Risk Management
TD Bank

zhi chung

Zhi Chung
Director, Non-Financial Risk Management
Credit Suisse

Thomas Mangine

Thomas Mangine
Director, AML & MLRO
BMO

Melissa Mellen

Melissa Mellen
Director, Third Party Risk Management
Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Gus Ortega

Gustavo Ortega
Head of Technology, Innovation and Operations Risk Management
Voya Financial