A final day of insights and solutions as we address the challenges of today to safeguard tomorrow. From discussions on protecting against climate risks in the insurance sector to incorporating nature as a key stakeholder in financial decision-making, and fostering social inclusion, this day is a pivotal step in shaping a greener financial landscape. Explore the vital role of finance in building a sustainable and inclusive world.
Since taking over in April 2020, Moyagh Murdock has navigated Insurance Ireland through a crucial phase of its growth. She has implemented a new 5-year strategy for the Organisation and its members who make up over 90% of the insurers in Ireland. The key pillars of her new strategy are anchored around advocating on behalf of members with policymakers and regulators to promote the value that Insurance Ireland members create for individuals, the economy, and society. Sustainability and how the insurance sector can contribute to tackling climate change is a key deliverable for her. Moyagh’s focus is also to ensure customers understand insurance products and services so that they can make informed choices. As a member of the Steering Group for the Women in Finance Charter, Moyagh is particularly focused on diversity and inclusion through the identification and promotion of good practices in the insurance industry.
Stephen Nolan has been at the forefront of the green and sustainable finance agenda in Ireland and internationally for the last decade as a Director of Sustainable Finance Ireland and Managing Director of three major UNDP Sustainable Finance initiatives - UNDP Financial Centres for Sustainability (FC4S), UNDP Sustainable Insurance Forum (SIF) and Asia-Pacific Sustainable Finance Development Network. He is also Chair of Ireland’s Climate Finance Week Ireland series; member of the international advisory grouping of the Climate Bonds Initiative; Sustainable Finance Skillnet Steering Committee member, and serves on several international sustainable finance working groups, including the IFSC Authority Sustainable Finance WG in India. In 2020, Stephen received the 2020 Irish Green Leader award, sponsored by Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment and has led and delivered initiatives from start-up to scale across both public and private spheres in Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa.
James Maher joined the European Actuarial Services practice in September 2010. He leads our Insurance market offering and within that leads the management and delivery of our advisory services offering. James specialises in capital and risk management for insurance and reinsurance companies. He leads projects on strategic and operational review, risk and governance systems, hedging and risk management of guarantees. James is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries in Ireland. He holds a MA in Management Science and Industrial System Studies from Trinity College and a diploma in Corporate Governance from UCD.
Eva Sheehy has worked with a wide variety of public and private clients including those in the Retail, Food & Agri and Transport and Construction industries. Eva joined KPMG in 2013 and has extensive experience working on audit and assurance engagements. Eva assists clients completing ESG reporting readiness assessments and advises clients on current and future ESG reporting standards relevant to their business and sector.
Sarah Moran is a director in KPMG’s dedicated sustainability advisory practice. Sarah trained in KPMG’s global centre of excellence for climate risk in the UK and now leads out Sustainable Finance and Climate Risk service lines. Sarah lectures in sustainable finance, climate risk and ESG reporting with UCD Smurfit Business School and Chartered Accountants Ireland.
Join us for a specialised event focusing on the 'S' in CSRD. Engage with industry leaders and Subject Matter Experts to understand the Directive's social criteria and acquire practical strategies through a guided case study. Leave with a refined approach to social elements in your organisation's sustainability reporting.
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As the hype around climate finance regulation and compliance begins to dwindle, how does the (re)insurance sector find a way to build it into business as usual? Climate change needs to be solved alongside the problems of today. This session will empower senior executives and c-suites to put climate finance regulation and compliance on the map, understand where it sits in the wider context and navigate the path forward.
Held in partnership with Insurance Ireland, kindly hosted by the Central Bank of Ireland
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