SF.Live Highlights: Climate Intelligence for the Financial Services Industry

SF.Live Highlights: Climate Intelligence for the Financial Services Industry

Mark Hodgson, Chief Business Officer, Cervest, speaks about his key takeaways from SF.Live's Re-Imagining Risk Modelling for Sustainable Finance Co-Creation Workshop and how using AI and big data, Cervest are able to identify every built asset under the sun.

AI in the financial industry, Transparency in Crypto Reporting, & Climate Change Bill in the EU

Does Artificial Intelligence have a place in the financial industry? What are the ethics involved in what high level programming can potentially do?

What effect has FTX’s bankruptcy filing had on other crypto exchanges and how are the accounting firms responding?

What has the European Union been up to in passing bills before Christmas regarding climate change? What are the potential economic impacts?

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Webinar Climate Risk with Synechron & ABN AMRO – 23 November 2021

In 2021, the 26th United Nations Conference of the Parties on Climate Change (COP26) took place in Glasgow.
COP26 brought the parties together to renew the Paris agreements. Central banks and regulators must ensure that our financial systems can withstand the impacts of climate change and support the transition to net-zero emissions.
And banks, insurers, investors and other financial firms must commit to ensuring that their investments and lending are aligned with the net-zero emissions goal.

Following the COP26 conference, our partner Synechron brought together the financial services industry. On 23 November, we participated in the climate risk webinar with ABN AMRO and Synechron.

We will look at climate risk from the perspective of the financial services sector – growing risks (both physical and transitory), challenges and opportunities for banks, regulatory requirements, customer expectations, (missing) climate data and climate-proof risk management.

FINTICA – Next Generation Artificial Intelligence for Financial Services

FINTICA is transforming the financial sector with leading artificial intelligence.

Harnessing the power of world leading artificial intelligence, FINTICA resolves a myriad of the inefficiencies within the financial industry.

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The 2022 Climate Risk Scorecard: Assessing U.S Financial Regulator Action

The 2022 Climate Risk Scorecard, published in June 2022, benchmarked U.S. federal financial regulator progress on climate-related financial risk and communicated progress to various stakeholders, including state and federal regulators, Congress, the public, investors, NGOs, the media, the market, and regulated entities. The Scorecard demonstrates the rapidly changing risk management landscape, highlighting regulatory actions in the United States. This webinar will review and highlight regulator actions addressing climate-related financial risk, explore progress made in the six months since the 2022 Scorecard’s publication, and discuss important next steps.

In this webinar, attendees will:
– Review the 2022 Scorecard results for nine federal financial regulators.
– Hear from federal financial regulators on why their agencies are addressing climate risk, and the major steps they have taken so far.
– Discover the current progress in the climate risk landscape, and the next steps necessary to effectively manage these risks.
– Demonstrate an understanding of the regulatory and market shift that is already happening, and the importance of continued action (including finalizing OCC/FDIC’s Climate Principles, and SEC’s climate disclosure rule).

Explore the scorecard here: