The IIF's Global Policy Initiatives and Regulatory Affairs Departments were delighted to host the presentation and analysis of the published IIF paper: ‘Prudential Pathways: Industry Perspectives on Supervisory and Regulatory Approaches to Climate-related and Environmental Risks’

This event featured a panel discussion from public sector standard-setting authorities and the financial sector. Panelists discussed the rapidly evolving set of supervisory and regulatory approaches to climate-related and environmental risks facing the banking and insurance sectors, and shared their perspectives on how an appropriate, efficient and globally-coordinated approach could take shape. Topics that were discussed include: supervisory engagement, disclosure, risk management and supervisory scenario analysis exercises and regulatory capital.


  • Katie Rismanchi, Senior Policy Advisor, Regulatory Affairs, IIF
  • Jeremy McDaniels, Senior Policy Advisor, Sustainable Finance, IIF


  • Judson Berkey, Head of Sustainability Regulatory Strategy, UBS AG; Vice-Chair, IIF Sustainable Finance Working Group
  • Chris Faint, Head of Climate and Small Mutuals, Bank of England
  • Paul Hiebert, Head of Systemic Risk & Financial Institutions Division, European Central Bank
  • Zeng Yi Wong, Chair of the Network for Greening the Financial System (NGFS)’s Workstream on Microprudential & Supervision; Executive Director, Monetary Authority of Singapore


  • Sonja Gibbs, Managing Director and Head of Sustainable Finance, Global Policy Initiatives, IIF
  • Andrés Portilla, Managing Director, Regulatory Affairs, IIF