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Last Updated: 1/14/2021

Climate Change Risk in Financial Markets: Advancing the Conversation in 2021

The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago’s Financial Markets Group is opening 2021 with a conversation on climate change risk in financial markets.

Panelists representing diverse perspectives will answer and discuss a variety of questions including:

  • How has climate change risk impacted global financial markets to date, and what can we expect moving forward?
  • What are some of the key developments to watch out for—in terms of technology, investing practices, legal and regulatory developments?
  • What role can financial markets and the public sector play in better managing climate change risk?
  • What are some of the challenges and opportunities for existing efforts?

Event Recording

Speakers

Alessandro Cocco

Alessandro Cocco

Vice President
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

Opening Remarks

Nahiomy Alvarez

Nahiomy Alvarez

Senior Financial Markets Analyst
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

Moderator

Anita Herrera

Anita Herrera

General Counsel & Chief Regulatory Officer
Nodal Exchange, LLC

Panelist

Steven Kennedy

Steven Kennedy

Global Head of Public Policy
International Swaps and Derivatives

Panelist

Christopher Palazzo

Christopher Palazzolo

Principal and Head of Responsible Investment and EMEA
AQR Capital

Panelist

Steven Rothstein

Steven Rothstein

Managing Director, Accelerator
Ceres, Inc

Panelist


Event Information
Date
01/14/21
Location

Virtual

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