Disclosure of climate-related financial information is on the rise among Canadian financial firms, with a 40 per cent increase in alignment with the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosure (TCFD) recommendations since their release in 2017.
Risk and investment teams are leading day-to-day sustainable finance and climate risk management activities and play an essential role in shaping the public disclosure about these issues.
Join financial sector and industry peers in this webinar about the challenges and successes related to key issues in the reporting process, including:
- Materiality: How to assess the financial materiality of climate change, and what the results mean for disclosure in financial statements
- Data Ownership: Approaches to organizing internally to ensure the right information is collected, approved and provided for disclosure
- Process: Working with key departments such as legal, communications, finance and others to fulfill voluntary and financial reporting requirements on climate risk
- Leadership: Models for ownership and accountability internally for climate risk disclosure
- Continuous Improvements: Post-report actions and preparing for the next cycle
The session will include a discussion on the overall trends related to TCFD disclosure in Canada and the outlook in terms of uptake, investor expectations and policy developments.
Senior Director, Sustainable Finance, Global Risk Institute
Business Analyst, Sustainable Finance, Global Risk Institute
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