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Overview

Scenario analysis is one of the most useful tools for incorporating climate change-related risks and opportunities into the investment process. It enables a company’s management, analysts and investors to envision a number of different possible outcomes and test the sensitivity of returns to a number of prominent risk factors.

For many, using scenario analysis and net zero strategy is not well understood. However, over the past few years, we have heard a lot about using scenario analysis in investment decision-making, particularly in light of the climate risk that many investors face. Such steps have been highlighted in the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosure (TCFD) and more recently by the Canadian Expert Panel on Sustainable Finance. A number of companies have committed to net-zero strategies and have developed climate scenarios assuming different levels of rise in average global temperature by 2050.

Reasons to attend:

  • Get to know the Climate Scenario Analysis from experts.
  • Learn how to approach scenario analysis.

Speakers

MODERATOR

Maria Maisuradze, CFA, Co-Creator, Project Manager, Sustainability Ecosystem, Concordia University

PANELISTS

Tessa Hebb, Distinguished Research Fellow, Carleton Centre for Community Innovation
Adam Phillips, Co-Chair Sustainable Investing Thought Leadership Group, CFA Society New York
Peter Ellsworth, Senior Director, Investor Programs, Ceres
Jeff Burleson, Senior Vice President, Environmental & System Planning, Southern Company

Additional Details

Learning Outcomes

  • Why it is important for a capital market participant including asset owner, investment manager, company; both from risk and opportunity perspective
  • What are possible market scenarios under certain temperature conditions
  • Who should do it within an organization (which part of organization usually leads this – strategy, risk professionals)
  • What sectors have the most risk and opportunities and impacts to the scenario outcomes
  • Challenges, misconceptions, how do investors approach scenario analysis. Explanation on what is Net-Zero Strategy.
  • Presentation of the Southern Company’s scenario analysis and net-zero strategy

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