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Climate change breakfast seminar

Join this breakfast seminar which will present the tools that DNV GL has developed to help investors.

DNV GL invites you to attend our next breakfast seminar on understanding climate risk. There is global recognition that we are already feeling the effects of climate change, and that the effects will lead to an upward trend in insured losses caused by increased intensity and frequency of adverse weather. 

Munich Re recently updated their advice for 2016 stating, that year saw the highest costs for natural disasters since 2012; the Asian Development Bank also announced it will double annual climate financing to $6 billion USD for Asia-Pacific by 2020. 

This event will present the tools that DNV GL has developed to help investors identify which of their critical assets are exposed to climate change and extreme weather, how risks can be logically assessed and mitigated, and where it makes commercial sense to invest in measures to adapt.  We will also discuss how these tools can be used by underwriters to manage the uncertainty of climate change when evaluating the risk of insurable assets.

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Jane Simpson
Jane Simpson

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London

The Old Library, Lloyds Building, 1 Lime Street, London, EC3M 7HA

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Free of charge

DNV GL invites you to attend our next breakfast seminar on understanding climate risk. There is global recognition that we are already feeling the effects of climate change, and that the effects will lead to an upward trend in insured losses caused by increased intensity and frequency of adverse weather. 

Munich Re recently updated their advice for 2016 stating, that year saw the highest costs for natural disasters since 2012; the Asian Development Bank also announced it will double annual climate financing to $6 billion USD for Asia-Pacific by 2020. 

This event will present the tools that DNV GL has developed to help investors identify which of their critical assets are exposed to climate change and extreme weather, how risks can be logically assessed and mitigated, and where it makes commercial sense to invest in measures to adapt.  We will also discuss how these tools can be used by underwriters to manage the uncertainty of climate change when evaluating the risk of insurable assets.