Monday, 11th to Friday 15th October 2021
As action 1 of the 2021 Ireland for Finance Action Plan, “Building on Resilience” the development of Irelands Sustainable Finance Roadmap signifies government’s commitment to advancing Ireland’s sustainable finance agenda. Ireland's ambition is to be a leader in this space by 2025.
Working with over 50 key stakeholder organisations across Ireland's financial services industry, Sustainable Finance Ireland, in collaboration with the Department of Finance led the development of the roadmap over a six-month period, culminating in the launch at Climate Finance Week Ireland 2021.
The roadmap is a key milestone in our sustainable finance journey as a nation. Built as a living document to evolve and guide Irish sustainable finance activities in the context of the European Green Deal and the Renewed Strategy for Financing the Transition to a Sustainable Economy, for the coming years.
In association with Department of Finance, UN Convened FC4S and Sustainable Finance Ireland. Supported by Skillnet Ireland.
The Society of Actuaries in Ireland supported the development of the Sustainable Finance Roadmap.
Note in particular the session on Thursday 14th October at 1.00 pm: "CLIMATE-RELATED SCENARIOS APPLIED TO INSURERS AND OTHER FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS:
Presenting IAA paper Climate-Related Scenarios Applied to Insurers and Other Financial Institutions
Hosted by: The UN-convened Sustainable Insurance Forum (SIF), the International Actuarial Association (IAA) and the Society of Actuaries in Ireland
Moderator: Will Harding, SIF Head of Implementation
Introductory comments: Anna Sweeney, SIF Chair, Executive Director – Insurance, Bank of England
- Rade Musulin, Vice-chair of the IAA Resources and Environment Virtual Forum
- Joe Kennedy, Society of Actuaries in Ireland
- Cheng Wei Ng, Deputy Director, Monetary Authority of Singapore
- SIF member (tbc)