Recent weather events, regulation, and public attention in Europe have put pressure on insurers to better understand and manage the complex interactions climate change may have on their business.
The potential impacts of climate change are broad, and include physical, reputational, and transition risk – but identifying and managing these risks in a siloed manner often misses the question of which are most material to a company’s bottom line. That is why a more coordinated, holistic approach is needed to manage the emerging headwinds of a changing climate.
Join the Milliman Climate Resilience Initiative for the first in a global three-part conversation on identifying, assessing, and measuring different aspects of climate-related risk.
In this first session, Milliman leaders from across Europe join together to discuss the impact of climate change on the life, health, and the general insurance sectors and what this looks like in various countries in the region.
Plus, hear from guest speaker Moritz Baer, Manager, Environmental Stress Testing and Scenarios Programme (ESTS) at the University of Oxford and Academic Visitor at the Bank of England on how companies can begin to assess and measure the financial impact of a changing climate.
Moritz Baer, ESTS Programme manager, Oxford Sustainable Finance Group
Neil Cantle, Principal & Consulting Actuary, Milliman
Christoph Krischanitz, Practice Leader, Austria, Milliman
Joanne Buckle, Principal & Consulting Actuary, Milliman
Fanny Pouget, Principal & Consulting Actuary, Milliman