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Investor trends and perspectives on TCFD recommendations

Published on: Dec 10, 2018

Learn about trends in investor interest in climate-related risks and opportunities and the increasing demand for this information. Hear firsthand from Jennifer Coulson, Senior Manager at BCI about the growing importance of climate-related disclosure in the global capital markets and how they use climate-related information in investment decision making.

In addition, hear from David Parham, deputy director, Research, at the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) on the relevance of SASB Standards in identifying material climate-related risks and opportunities for disclosure in financial reports and uptake by investors.

Webinar produced through Canada's Climate Change Adaptation Platform, with support from Natural Resources Canada.

You will learn about:

  • What are the TCFD recommendations?
  • Why are the TCFD recommendations important to different types of investors?
  • What climate-related information is used in investment decision making?
  • How is climate-related information used across different asset classes?
  • What are some examples of decision-useful climate-related disclosure?
  • How are SASB Standards relevant to the identification of material climate-related issues?
  • Why do investors use SASB Standards in their investment decision-making?

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