Scenario Analysis & Climate-Risk Reporting

  • Wednesday 14 October 2020
  • 14:00 - 15:00
  • Virtual Event
  • Eligible for 1 credit

For many investors, climate change poses significant financial challenges and opportunities, now and in the future. The expected transition to a lower-carbon economy is estimated to require around $1 trillion of investments a year for the foreseeable future, generating new investment opportunities. At the same time, the risk-return profile of organizations exposed to climate related risks may change significantly as such organizations may be more affected by physical impacts of climate change, climate policy, and new technologies.

In this webinar Tommi Oksanen, CFA, Vivid Economics, will present results of their recent analysis and discuss climate change related reporting requirements for institutional investors.

We will understand:

  • Nature of Transition and Physical Risks
  • Key policies in the IPR Policy Forecasts
  • Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) final recommendations
  • Illustrative results of analysis
14:00 Welcome Remarks Matteo Riccardi, CFA, CIPM, CAIA, FRM - Vice-President - CFA Society Italy

Matteo Riccardi

CFA, CIPM, CAIA, FRM - Vice-President - CFA Society Italy

Matteo Riccardi is member of the Board of CFA Society Italy since 2011 and Vice-President since 2017. He is Chief Investment Officer for the Italian Insurance Group Bipiemme Vita (part of the French Group Covéa) since 2017. He approached the insurance investment management sector in 2004, joining the Italian Business Unit of Zurich Insurance Group, where he worked for 13 years, serving as Chief Investment Officer for Italy from 2014 to 2017 and, before that, as Head of Securities Investment and ALM senior analyst. Prior to this experience, he worked in the Risk Management Department of Eptafund Sgr (now part of Eurizon Capital) in Milan and in Dublin for three years. Matteo graduated from Bocconi University in Finance and Financial Management Services in 1999, he is CFA Charterholder since 2004 and he has also achieved the CIPM, CAIA and FRM designations.

Michela Aimar, CFA - ESG Referent - CFA Society Italy

Michela Aimar

CFA - ESG Referent - CFA Society Italy

Michela Aimar is ESG referent for CFA Society Italy since 2020. She is Business Development Officer for Erasmus Capital Partners since 2019. Previously, she was Portfolio Manager for the multi-family office Taler and Investment Manager for the pension fund of Odebrecht, both in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Before that, she acted as Senior Consultant for Sustainable Finance consultancy Sitawi. She approached the sustainable investments area in 2004, joining ABN Amro in Sao Paulo, first as ESG Investment Analyst and then as Equity Portfolio Manager for five years. Before moving to Brazil, she work for Barclays Capital in London, in its Structured Products unit. She started her career as Portfolio Manager for Sanpaolo IMI Institutional Asset Management (now part of Eurizon Capital) in Milan. Michela graduated in Economics from the University of Turin in 1998, pursued a Master in Finance degree at London Business School in 2002 and is CFA Charterholder since 2004.

14:05 Scenario analysis & Climate-Risk Reporting Tommi Oksanen, CFA - Vivid Economics

Tommi Oksanen

CFA - Vivid Economics

Tommi Oksanen works in Vivid Economics’ finance practice, focussing on the financial impacts of climate change risk. His clients include regulators, banks, hedge funds, asset managers, and asset owners. Prior to joining Vivid, Tommi was an Executive Director at MSCI advising international banks, asset managers and asset owners in risk management, portfolio construction, asset allocation and performance attribution. Tommi has also broad experience in strategy consulting advising leading international banks, hedge funds and asset managers on business strategy. Tommi holds an MSc from University of Vaasa, and he is a CFA Charterholder.

14:40 Q&A Session

Important information

  • Please register by 12 October.
  • A kind reminder with instructions to connect will be sent to all registered participants the day before the webinar
  • CFA Institute and CFA Society Italy Regular and Affiliate members can self report PL credits accessing their account page on the CFA Institute website.