Climate risk is an ever-emerging risk for many financial firms and businesses. Regulations are developing and public expectations are changing as the climate concerns continue. To comply with these changes climate risk must be incorporated into strategy, governance, risk management and operations. Andrew Eil, Head of Climate Risk for North America at Tata Consultancy Services provided an insight into how climate risk is threatening financial companies and other businesses, the current landscape of climate risk, and what are the leading practices for climate risk management.
During this webinar we discussed:
Note – this webinar took place on Wednesday 22nd June 2022.
Andrew Eil, Head of Climate Risk for North America
Andrew Eil joined Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) in February 2022 as Head of Climate Risk for North America. He is a specialist in climate risk, public policy, and sustainable investing. From July 2018 to December 2021, Andrew was a Partner at Climate Finance Advisors, a boutique advisory firm where he contributed to climate risk management and TCFD alignment activities of numerous of leading global development finance institutions such as the World Bank Group.
He is also a level II candidate for the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and SASB Fundamentals of Sustainability Accounting (FSA) certifications, and holds the GARP Sustainability and Climate Risk certification, a certificate in sustainable finance from Columbia University, an MPA from Princeton University, and a BA from Harvard University.