Climate Transition & Asset Prices is an online event that will feature talks and presentations on how climate transition and risk impacts global prices of stocks and bonds.
The event look in detail at how a net zero strategy will impact on investment portfolios and how the subsequent risk can be managed. It will also examine the impact of climate transition and carbon emissions on stock and bonds markets and how these can affect returns.
This virtual event provides online accessibility from anywhere followed by three month on-demand access.
Who should attend: Investment managers, institutional investors, climate strategists and sustainability professionals
09.50 Welcome and Introduction
Carbon Emissions and US Stock Returns
Marcin Kacperczyk, Imperial College London; Centre for Economic Policy Research
Factor Investing in Paris: Managing Climate Change Risk in Portfolio Construction
Carsten Rother, Research Analyst, Invesco
Climate Transition Risk & Bond Prices
Thomas Leirvik, Associate Professor Nord University Business School
Volatile Temperature Effects on Asset Prices
Disentangling the Exposure to Transition Risk Through Credit Default Swaps
Dr Luca Taschini, Associate Professorial Research Fellow, London School of Economics & Grantham Research Institute
Multi-Asset Paris Alignment Benchmark Portfolios
Andrew Ang, Head of Factors, Sustainable and Solutions for Blackrock Systematic
Understanding Asset Price Dynamics During the Climate Transition
Steffen Hitzemann, Assistant Professor of Finance at Rutgers Business School
Hedging Climate Risk
Patrick Bolton, David Zalaznick Professor of Business, Columbia Business School