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13 October 2021, 12:00pm - 1:00pm AEDT*
|Price:||Member Early Bird: $35 AUD
Non-Member Early Bird: $37.50 AUD
Group Booking (3 or more): $35 AUD
Virtual Tickets: $37.50 AUD
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The (re)insurance sector is part of the larger finance sector, but often it is a 'world' that separates insurance, banking and investment business practices.
As the impact of climate change on the finance sector grows, it is now discussed, assessed and evaluated by the industry. However, directed by an adapting regulatory framework, the three financial sectors have very different approaches to addressing climate change.
In this session, Dr Wiart will review the different practices and cover how data is used to assess the present and future risks, with a particular focus on the insurance industry..
At the end of this webinar, attendees will be able to:
- Understand the regulatory framework that guides the insurance, banking and investment sectors
- Identify the different practices used across the industry to assess climate change
- Discuss how data is used to assess present and future risks
Registrations for this webinar are now open. To register, click the 'register now' button and follow the prompts or download the registration form and return a complete copy to ANZIIF Customer Service.
For further information about this professional development program, please contact Melanie Hansen, Event Manager.
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Dr Pierre Wiart
Head of Consulting and Risk Management
Pierre Wiart is a senior global risk transfer director with more than 20 years’ experience in all aspects of risk transactions including reinsurance underwriting, catastrophe risk management, portfolio manager, structured risk and ILS fund management.
Pierre is currently focused on the financial impact of natural hazards and climate change to the finance industry (banking, insurance, investment), government and investment linked to physical assets.