Climate Impact Report for Investors | What’s New?

2020 generated a huge amount of interest globally to transition towards a low carbon future. Governments and corporates around the world played their role to support climate change initiatives. These actions are encouraging investors to diversify their portfolios and incorporate climate change risks while making investment decisions. As a result, assessing one’s own portfolio as per the increasing changes in the regulatory and non-regulatory environment on climate is extremely important for investors.

Join our webinar to learn from ISS ESG’s climate experts on what investors need to prepare for Climate Analysis and Reporting in 2021 and what new additions have been made to ISS ESG’s Climate Impact Report to provide a comprehensive, deeper and more meaningful analyses of climate scenario and physical risks.

Moderator:

  • Bjorn De Smedt, Associate Director, Account Executive Australia and New Zealand at ISS (Asia Pacific Session)
  • Viola Lutz, Deputy Head of Climate Solutions at ISS ESG (Americas and EMEA Session)

Speakers:

  • Dr Maximilian Horster, Head of Climate Solutions at ISS ESG (Asia Pacific Session)
  • Lorenz Stör, Vice President, Head of Climate Analytics at ISS ESG
  • Fredrik Lundin, Vice President, Head of R&D Climate at ISS ESG
  • Simon Yang Ph. D., Senior Associate, Physical Climate Risk Specialist at ISS ESG

Agenda:

  • Investors getting ready for Climate Analysis and Reporting in 2021
  • New Climate Scenario Analysis: Portfolios en route towards Paris Goals
  • New Physical Risk Analysis: Climate change effects and their costs for portfolios
  • Q&A Session

WEBINAR

For EMEA and Americas:

27th January

10am EST, 4pm CET

For Asia Pacific:

4th February

4pm AEDT, 1pm HKT

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