Corporate Climate Risk: Assessment, Disclosure, and Action
This event has been postponed. We’re hoping to reschedule in the coming months.
An increasing number of financial experts caution that markets may not be accurately incorporating climate-change related risks into asset prices. This conference draws together investors, companies, researchers, and regulators to ask whether this is true and what can be done to better evaluate the costs of both physical and transition risks. What information, techniques, and expertise are employed by industry leaders? A number of countries have begun to require mandatory assessment and disclosure of climate risks. Is a similar regulatory response needed in the United States and what would it look like?
Co-hosted by the Institute for Policy Integrity and the Volatility and Risk Institute at NYU Stern School of Business.
CLE credit is available.
Speakers will include:
Co-Director, Stern Volatility and Risk Institute | Former Co-Head, Global Economics, Morgan Stanley; Director, Office of Financial Research, U.S. Treasury
Attorney, Institute for Policy Integrity
Michael Armellino Professor of Management and Financial Services, NYU Stern School of Business; Co-Director, Stern Volatility and Risk Institute; Co-Founding President, Society for Financial Econometrics
Natural Resources Director, Institute for Policy Integrity
Former Commissioner, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission | Professor of Law, NYU School of Law
Senior Vice President, Climate, Environmental Defense Fund; Member, Commodity Futures Trading Commission Climate-Related Market Risk Subcommittee
Director, Sustainability Services, PwC
Partner, Environmental & Natural Resources, Vinson & Elkins
Senior Analyst, Four Twenty Seven
Managing Director, Ceres Accelerator, Ceres
Senior Manager, Sustainability, Sodexo
Director, Strategic Planning, Con Edison