In collaboration with the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, IEMA is delighted to host this important Webinar. This is an opportunity to hear first-hand from Steve Waygood, an industry leader and member of the TCFD, and from two leading practitioners from the environmental sustainability and actuarial professions.
Steve Waygood is Chief Responsible Investment Officer at Aviva Investors. Steve will provide a briefing on critical elements of TCFD, its rationale, potential and importance for driving enhanced climate disclosures (and ultimately transformative change across businesses). Steve will update on TCFD implementation, drawing on Aviva developments as well as outlining the wider industry regulation and response. Steve’s particular focus will be on asset management, but with unique experience and insights, TCFD’s broader potential will be outlined. Steve will provide his vision for the future use of TCFD and its role in enabling transformative change.
Paul Pritchard is a Senior Associate at Iken and a long-time IEMA member. He started his career in auditing and management systems before joining the investment arm of RSA Insurance Group. This role focused on due diligence activity, but took on a more typical corporate aspect when he transferred to the Group Risk function as Group Environmental Advisor. Post RSA he continued his interest in financial services and sustainability, particularly with CISL in Cambridge. He now works as an independent with a particular interest in supply chain risk and training, as well as broader financial system developments.
Louise Pryor is a member of the IFoA’s Council and chairs its Resource and Environment Board. Her career has encompassed a range of actuarial and non-actuarial roles in insurance, regulation, academia and software. She is now an independent consultant with a particular focus on climate change and how it affects the insurance industry, and the role actuaries can play in addressing the issues it poses.
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