Climate risk and the capital markets by Grantham Institute

Date and Time
Monday, November 6, 2017
6:00pm— 7:30pm
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City & Guilds Building (CAGB 300) of Imperial College Business School

This event is hosted by the Grantham Institute, Imperial College London, and the Centre for Climate Finance & Investment, Imperial College Business School.

Climate change has ushered in a new era of threats and opportunities for investments. This event will explore the implications of climate risk on capital market returns, focusing on new approaches to assessing climate risk, and the emerging strategies of investors in public capital markets.


Dr Charles Donovan, Director of the Centre for Climate Finance and Investment and Principal Teaching Fellow in the Department of Management, at Imperial College Business School


Professor Harrison Hong, Visiting Professor of Financial Economics, Imperial College Business School

Mr Simon Wilde, Research Fellow at the Centre for Climate Finance and Investment; Senior Managing Director, Macquarie Capital

Professor Ralf Toumi, Head of Space and Atmospheric Physics, Imperial College London

Dr Misa Tanaka, Senior Research Manager, Bank of England 

The discussion will be followed by drinks from 19:30, in CAGB 2C01 - Concourse Level 2

Join the conversation on Twitter with the hashtag #ClimateRisk

If you wish to attend the debate, the link to register can be found here.

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City & Guilds Building (CAGB 300) of Imperial College Business School

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