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Managing climate risk

New pending requirements pose opportunities and challenges for financial institutions

Frank Manahan

Frank Manahan

Advisory Managing Director, Financial Services Solutions, KPMG US

+1 949-354-1077

Adam Levy

Adam Levy

Principal, Modeling & Valuation, KPMG US

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Tegan Keele

Tegan Keele

Managing Director, Enterprise Innovation and US Blockchain Practice, KPMG US

Climate change is a systemic risk for the entire financial services industry.  Financial institutions of all sizes will be required to address climate change and its associated risks in ways that are unprecedented. Already, leading financial institutions are preparing to integrate climate risk into their risk frameworks with specific criteria, measurement goals, associated reports, and disclosures. 

Financial institutions will face a growing number of requirements as the world continues to tackle climate change.  It's time to develop an approach to climate risk management in alignment with both your climate change requirements and long-term business goals. Learn how KPMG can help you develop a strategic approach to climate risk reporting requirements.

Managing climate risk
New pending requirements pose opportunities and challenges for financial institutions