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Managing financial risks: Exploring climate change and S/S319

Climate change and environmental sustainability are increasingly important issues which internal audit must address. Climate change, and society’s response to it, present financial risks which are becoming apparent now and will further crystallize over time.

A must for internal auditors working in the sector, this webinar features expert guest speakers and provides a key outline and overview of Supervisory Statement 319 and financial reporting obligations.

The Banking and Financial Services Sector Advisory Panel (BFSSAP) works closely with us to understand and support the needs of internal auditors working across banking and financial services. It provides valuable expertise and insight whilst also informing the development of our technical guidance and key events.


What will I learn?

  • How to manage financial risks associated with climate change
  • What's meant by Supervisory Statement 319
  • How financial reporting obligations impact you

Speakers

  • Lorraine Barnes - Global Head of Audit Wealth & Personal Banking, HSBC
  • Richard Walsh - Associate Partner, Banking and Capital Markets, EY
  • Dennis H. Kok - Head of Financial Risk Reporting Audit, HSBC
  • Cecilia May - Head of Audit, Lloyds Banking Group

CPE core competencies

  • Internal audit delivery

1 CPE point


Programme

09:30 - 09:35

Welcome and introductions
Lorraine Barnes

09:35 - 09:55

Keynote presentation 
Richard Walsh

09:55 - 10:30

Panel discussion and Q&A 
Chair: 
Lorraine Barnes 
Panel: 
Richard Walsh, Dennis H. Kok and Cecilia May

10:30

Closing remarks
Lorraine Barnes


This event has been organised by the Banking and Financial Services Sector Advisory Panel (BFSSAP)


 

Date/Info

Date:

19 May 2021

Time:

09:30-10:30
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