Start time: 12.30 pm
End time: 1.30 pm
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Panel discussion to cover practical considerations of sustainability and climate change as experienced from three leaders in this area. The panel includes speakers from different backgrounds with the goal of providing a broad and varied discussion on topics such as:
- What is happening from an Irish perspective, how that feeds out then globally/EU level.
- Consideration of climate change risks and how it could be introduced into risk frameworks.
- The perspective of AIB’s sustainability leader who can really and truly speak to practicalities of the changes taking place from an individual / internal company perspective.
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Yvonne Holmes is the Chief Sustainability Officer in AIB and has responsibility for the development and implementation of the Sustainability Strategy across AIB Group. Yvonne is a member of the Chambers Ireland’s Sustainable Business Council and Chair of the Sustainable Finance Skillnet.
Neil Cantle is a principal at Milliman and one of the leaders of their London office. He is Milliman’s global thought leader on risk management and is past chair of the IFoA Risk Management Board, Risk Management Research & Thought Leadership Committee, and a member of the Financial Systems Thinking Innovation Centre.
Stephen Nolan is the Managing Director of the UN Financial Centres for Sustainability (FC4S) global network and Head of Secretariat of the UN Sustainable Insurance Forum (SIF). Stephen is a member of the international Advisory Panel of the Climate Bonds Initiative and the Informal Working Group exploring the establishment of the Task Force on Nature-related Financial Disclosure (TNFD). In 2020, he was the recipient of the Irish Green Leader Award.
Aisling Kennedy will act as MC for the event. Aisling is an actuary and member of the Sustainability and Climate Change Steering Group that organised this event. She is an independent non-executive director of a number of companies in the financial services sector. Until 2020, she was Head Life & Health Pricing for UK, Ireland and Israel at Swiss Re and formerly held roles with Mercer, the Society of Actuaries and VHI
Deep Dive: This is a Deep Dive Event.