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Climate Quantified™ Physical From Physics into Finance: How to Avoid the Black Box with Climate Quantified™- the Future of Physical Climate Risk Analytics, Disclosure & Management

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September 19
1:30 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Add to Calendar September 19 1:30 pm September 19 5:00 pm America/New_York Climate Quantified™ Physical From Physics into Finance: How to Avoid the Black Box with Climate Quantified™- the Future of Physical Climate Risk Analytics, Disclosure & Management

Through a series of analytical case study demonstrations, powered by WTW’s Climate Quantified™ engine of climate data, using the latest climate risk and natural catastrophe models, robust methods and expertise, we will explore the role that analytics play in informing strategic climate risk decisions. You will experience:

The power of understanding and measuring physical climate risk: A showcase of corporate physical risk analytics supporting client risk management and climate disclosure reporting through the use of tailored predictive climate analytics. We will highlight the application of process, science and evaluation needed that can enable and evidence collective risk management strategies.

Future climate implications on social determinants of health: The application of state of the art physical hazard risk modelling within a Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) strategic risk modelling platform. Highlighting the impact it can have, not only on your physical risk assessments, but in building effective strategies to support employees’ health and well-being.

An integrated approach to quantifying climate risk: An overview of the development and integration of Transition Value at Risk and Physical Hazard at Risk indices into a combined quantitative approach to inform and guide both investors and corporates in the assessment of relative risks as part of an optimized investment strategy.

Finally, we’ll end the session with a panel discussion exploring the opportunities and challenges facing organizations across the corporate and financial sector communities in developing effective climate risk assessment and reporting strategies to enable effective stakeholder communication and collective strategic planning in the face of climate risks and uncertainties for all participants.

Please join us afterwards for networking drinks.

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WTW

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WTW Experience Centre
1114 Avenue of the Americas, Grace Building, Floor 16
New York, NY 10036 United States
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Through a series of analytical case study demonstrations, powered by WTW’s Climate Quantified™ engine of climate data, using the latest climate risk and natural catastrophe models, robust methods and expertise, we will explore the role that analytics play in informing strategic climate risk decisions. You will experience:

The power of understanding and measuring physical climate risk: A showcase of corporate physical risk analytics supporting client risk management and climate disclosure reporting through the use of tailored predictive climate analytics. We will highlight the application of process, science and evaluation needed that can enable and evidence collective risk management strategies.

Future climate implications on social determinants of health: The application of state of the art physical hazard risk modelling within a Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) strategic risk modelling platform. Highlighting the impact it can have, not only on your physical risk assessments, but in building effective strategies to support employees’ health and well-being.

An integrated approach to quantifying climate risk: An overview of the development and integration of Transition Value at Risk and Physical Hazard at Risk indices into a combined quantitative approach to inform and guide both investors and corporates in the assessment of relative risks as part of an optimized investment strategy.

Finally, we’ll end the session with a panel discussion exploring the opportunities and challenges facing organizations across the corporate and financial sector communities in developing effective climate risk assessment and reporting strategies to enable effective stakeholder communication and collective strategic planning in the face of climate risks and uncertainties for all participants.

Please join us afterwards for networking drinks.