On Tuesday April 19 at 2 pm Eastern time, Banking Exchange will be hosting a discussion on Granular Data and Climate Change.
The panelists will be from OakNorth. The premise of the webinar is that “green is the new gold” and when it comes to climate change, what banks need is data. With extreme weather events becoming an almost weekly occurrence across the US, and technological disruption, changing consumer demand, and regulation forcing businesses to think greener, commercial lenders face physical and transition risk in their loan book.
The discussion will be through a live webinar platform, and all banking executives may participate by registering for the discussion below.
Banking Exchange will be covering how to gather and analyze the data needed to address climate change risk in a more structured and strategic way, and how to develop a loan-level understanding of how climate change risk cascades down the value chain.
Additionally, the discussion will center around how to build client-confident teams who are able to have the right conversations with borrowers, enabling them to understand their climate sensitivity and vulnerability, and how that may impact creditworthiness.
The conversation will last about one hour and is for bankers looking forward into the next several years of business. Please click on the registration link below if you would like to join us at no cost.
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