The conference is the 4th edition of a yearly event co-organized by Institut Louis Bachelier and Banque de France, with the participation of Finance For Tomorrow and the Institute for Climate Economics -I4CE.
The objective of the conference is to bring together academics, finance practitioners and regulators, to discuss together research issues related to the integration of climate risks (more generally environmental issues) into macro-economic modelling/forecasting and into the risk assessment of the financial sector.
The 25 November 2019 will touch upon a number of key research areas as identified, for instance, in the annex 2 of the NGFS technical document entitled ‘Macroeconomic and financial stability/Implications of climate change, July 2019’ that are related to data gaps, macro-modelling forecasting and uncertainties, macro stress-testing and the mispricing of assets.
REGISTRATION REQUIRED. LIMITED SEATS.
Please note that the conference will be held in English.
More information, programme and registration: https://www.louisbachelier.org/evenement/green-finance-research-advances-3/
Paris for Tomorrow Week : Organized by Finance for Tomorrow and placed under the High Patronage of Paris City Hall, the “Paris for Tomorrow Week” is taking place from November 25 to 29, 2019. More than just a “Climate Week”, the week-long series of events explores issues related to both financing and achieving the climate objectives and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This whole week will gather in Paris the financial and business community as well as civil society, local and public authorities.
Senior Advisor - Financial Sector, Risks and Climate Change
Michel joined I4CE in 2018 to provide expertise in the financial sector and facilitate interactions between researchers, financial sector actors and public authorities.
Before joining I4CE, Michel worked at the Banque de France in various areas related to the financial sector (licensing of new actors, banking supervision, prudential regulation, financial stability, Iinternational and European relations). He has also worked for the Inspection Department of the former French Securities and Exchange Commission (COB) and the World Bank’s Financial Sector Development Department in Washington. Between 2008 and 2012, he was Secretary General of CCLRF (Advisory Committee on Financial Legislation and Regulation). For the past two years, he was in charge of the Corporate Social Responsibility strategy of the Banque de France, in particular where he launched the bank’s Responsible Investment strategy.