Impending Impacts of Sustainability and Climate Change on the Insurance Sector webinar
The sustainability and climate change agenda poses an increasing threat to leadership teams as they come to terms with, and ultimately seek, competitive advantage to meet the risks of moving to a low carbon economy.
Complete the online form located at the bottom of this page to watch our special joint thought leadership webinar with Barnett Waddingham to help you start or re-invigorate your transformation.
What topics will be covered?
- Current and emerging sustainability and climate change drivers for the insurance sector
- How are these drivers impacting insurance?
- What leadership and technical challenges do they bring?
- Addressing regulatory requirements
- Practical steps and recommendations to address the challenges
- Embracing the opportunities presented
Rich Hall, Head of Sustainability, Corporate Responsibility & Climate Change – MHA MacIntyre Hudson
Rich joined MHA MacIntyre Hudson in September 2020 to lead our Sustainability, Corporate Responsibility and Climate Change work. A former ‘big four’ Risk Assurance Director, Rich started, built and led their Northern Sustainability Practice and was ultimately responsible for their Performance Assurance line of service.
Drawing on over 30 years cross sector, multi discipline experience. Rich brings over 15 years’ experience and passion of leading successful Sustainability and risk engagements. He has worked and led teams both internationally and within the UK, working with some of the largest and most complex businesses across their global footprints.
Wendy Kriz, Senior Consulting Actuary – Barnett Waddingham
Wendy is a Senior Consulting Actuary in the Barnett Waddingham Non-Life team with nearly 20 years of general insurance actuarial experience in consultancy and industry, including Lloyd’s. Wendy helps her clients with pricing, reserving, capital modelling and validation, drawing on her varied experience which includes time at a large personal lines insurer in Toronto, Canada. Wendy has a particular interest in climate change and the impact on general insurance actuaries and is a member of the Sustainability Board of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.