Written on 04 Oct 2023.
Riccardo Rebonato, Scientific Director, EDHEC-Risk Climate Impact Institute, and Professor of Finance, EDHEC Business School has been invited to deliver three presentations on the topic of climate-related risks and financial stability at the CEMLA/Bank of Spain Financial Stability Course, taking place on October 25 and 26 at Bank of Spain headquarters in Madrid.
On October 25, at 9:00am CET, Professor Rebonato will give an "Introduction to climate scenarios". His presentation will examine the following topics:
The session will be chaired by Carmen Broto Pelegrin, Head of Macroprudential Analysis Unit, Banco de España
On October 25, at 10:30am CET, Professor Rebonato will give a presentation on "Modeling climate uncertainty". His presentation will delve into the following topics:
The session will be chaired by Matias Ossandon Busch, Director of Financial Stability, CEMLA
On October 25, at 12:30pm CET, Professor Rebonato will give a presentation on "Climate risk and policy applications". His presentation will examine the following topics:
The session will be chaired by Sergio Mayordomo Gomez, Head of the Financial Analysis Division, Banco de España
About the Center for Latin American Monetary Studies (CEMLA)
CEMLA is since 1952 the Center for Latin American Monetary Studies, an association of central banks with the goal of conducting frontier economic research and promoting capacity building in the areas of monetary policy, financial stability, and financial market infrastructures. CEMLA’s primary purpose is to foster cooperation among its more than 50 associated central banks and financial supervisory authorities across the Americas, Europe, and Asia, encouraging policies and technical advances that enhance price and financial stability as key conditions to achieve economic development and improve living conditions through stable and sound macro-financial fundamentals.