The final day of Climate Finance Week 2022 involves high level horizon scanning sessions, guest visitors from home and abroad and a look back at the week that was, Ireland's 5th Annual Climate Finance Week 2022!
Software industry professional with over 15 years experience. Career has spanned from engineer, to consultant, architect, professional services management and now into business development. Combines his technical knowledge and experience with a keen commercial and industry sense in order to drive mutually beneficial results for Red Hat and their customers.
Johnny Mattimore is the Managing Director, Global Head of Risk & Sustainable Finance at First Derivative and has 30+ years of experience in the financial markets. He has spent half of his career in investment banking and half in hedge funds and investment management specialising in all aspects of risk trading, group risk management and risk systems design and implementation.
He is leading proponent of open-source standards and has a high level of expertise in all aspects of sustainable finance and its integration to core traditional financial systems. This includes data service, risk models, control frameworks and workflows, and reporting infrastructure. His sustainability experience covers catastrophe risk, climate risk, green securities, carbon offsets, ESG and the wider regulation, reporting and taxonomy frameworks for sustainable finance solutions.
Fearghal has accumulated a breadth of knowledge by working across several industries in finance and banking.
Mary O’Dea is Chief Executive of IOB. IOB is a recognised college of UCD, and a professional network of 33,400 members who work across the financial services sector. Mary joined IOB in April 2018 from the Central Bank of Ireland where she was Director of Securities and Markets Supervision. Prior to that she spent six years in Washington DC, first as Alternative Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund and then as Ireland’s representative at the World Bank. Mary previously held several Director roles with the Central Bank of Ireland, including Director of Financial Operations and Consumer Director. In 2009, she was Acting Chief Executive of the Financial Regulator. Mary is a Non-Executive Director of Euronext Dublin and CC&G (a multi- asset clearing house based in Italy) and a member of the Governing Authority of University College Dublin (UCD). Mary has Masters Qualifications in Economics, Treasury & Investment Management, and Business and Executive Coaching.
On Friday, 21st October as part of Climate Finance Week, Compliance Institute, Sustainable Finance Skillnet (SFS), IFS Skillnet and IOB are launching a new Professional Diploma in Sustainable Finance for Compliance Professionals.
Supported by Skillnet Ireland, the new Diploma, the first of its kind globally, is the result of an enterprise-driven collaboration and forms part of the continuing effort to address the talent gap in sustainable finance, in line with Pillar 1 of Ireland’s national ‘Sustainable Finance Roadmap.’ This is in keeping with Ireland’s ambitious goal of becoming a global leader in sustainable finance.
The area of sustainable finance is evolving to meet the expectations of a range of shareholders, including investors, policy makers, regulators, central banks, and society.
To find out how this new diploma will support your compliance team to lead, raise awareness, and implement good corporate governance regarding current and pending ESG laws and regulations, we invite you to join us on 21st October.
Held in partnership with Sustainable Finance Skillnet, IFS Skillnet, Compliance Institute and IOB
Register for this virtual event here
Looking ahead at the 2024 EBA deadlines and other regulatory deadlines on the horizon.
· How does the future look?
· What will the regulatory burden be?
· Examining efficiencies to deal with the regulatory deadlines
Compliance Institute CPD. Held in partnership with Sustainable Finance Skillnet, IFS Skillnet, Compliance Institute and IOB.
Sustainable Finance What Role will the Compliance Professional Play?
For all our futures, a sustainable world is going to be ever more important. An important component to achieve a sustainable world is sustainable finance. The area of sustainable finance is evolving to meet the expectations of a range of shareholders, including investors, policy makers, regulators, central banks, and society and everyone is a stakeholder. Becoming aware and educating are building blocks to a lifetime of employment.
The Sustainable Finance Skillnet Deep Dive Skills Report (2019), commissioned by the Sustainable Finance Skillnet Ireland and Sustainable Nation Ireland, and researched by Deloitte, says that sustainable finance is quickly becoming mainstream and will fundamentally change the entire financial sector, with regulation acting as an accelerator in prioritising skills and training. It adds that sustainable finance is not a short-term trend, but a permanent shift from ‘niche’ to ‘mainstream’ representing an entirely new focus in finance.
So, Sustainable Finance What Role will the Compliance Professional Play?
Join us on 21st October where our panel of experts will answer the following questions:
Many thanks for registering, you will receive an email confirmation, calendar reminder and updates closer to the event.