Talking about risk is easy; the challenge is in monetizing the risk. How do you value the money spent on insurance and what is your decision-making framework?
In the following WTW with the corporate treasurer of Nexperia will present an innovative approach in which we have jointly taken up this challenge. The key considerations are:
• How can you quantify risk and choose the most cost-efficient solution for your risk-return spectrum?
• Which data do you use and what is the basis for a decision-making framework?
• How can tools and dashboards be used to track performance and show best value for money?
• How to disclose and project the cost for climate risks?
The answers to these questions will be provided from a data-driven approach and insight-led customer experience. In our presentation we will highlight the following three themes:
• Asset & Liabilities – We mapped out different scenarios with the client about the assets and liabilities and analysed how a loss or claim would affect the company’s financial strength.
• Portfolio analysis – Risks in different silos mostly occur independently and are often seen as uncorrelated risks. The portfolio analysis provides insights in correlation between risks and is used to determine the efficient frontier as a decision-making framework.
• Climate Change – Climate change and the response to it will have financially material impact on the cashflows available. Scenario analysis, as a risk management tool, allowed the client to identify and manage the specific risks of climate change and thus understand the potential impact.
The potential impacts of climate change that need to be captured have been split into two categories:
o Physical Risk
o Transition Risk
Speakers: Sayan Mukherjee, VP Group Treasurer- Nexperia & David Stebbing, Risk & Analytics/Climate Change Risk Consultant – WTW
2023 is shaping up to be a tough year for the European economy. With such uncertainty, it’s crucial that corporates heighten their focus on liquidity, optimising account structures and managing cross-currency flows in order to reduce funding costs and help drive operational efficiencies.
Founded in 2001, Travix is a Dutch-based Online Travel Agent. Operating out of 39 countries with an extensive portfolio of 43 websites across 5 flagship brands, join us to hear from Travix as to how they effectively manage liquidity and transactional FX flows across multiple currencies, supported by J.P. Morgan Payments. Hear how Travix built a global, scalable liquidity structure, offering flexibility to add more currencies and entities during a period of post-Pandemic growth, whilst streamlining operations.
Speakers: Jan Vos, Treasurer – Travix & Tom Coombes, Vice President – J.P. Morgan Payments
CDP, GRESB, SBTI, EUT, SFDR or the UN SDGs? For those treasurers who are trying to navigate through the world of sustainable finance, the number of abbreviations that you encounter might be daunting. Rabobank sees an increase in the use of ESG frameworks, benchmarks, ratings and other ways for companies to show their ESG performance. But what are the do’s and don’ts? In this lecture, Rabobank will guide you through the ESG alphabet soup and provide important landmarks to keep your eye on while working on sustainable finance.
Brenda de Swart has + 15 years international banking experience. In the past 6 years she has specialized in sustainable finance and ESG related topics within Rabobank. In her current position as Global Head Sustainable Business Development at Rabobank, she leads the overall sustainability strategy & roadmap for Rabobank’s Wholesale & Rural portfolio and is the chair of Rabobank’s Sustainable Finance Panel.
Stefanie Citroen started her career in the legal profession. Since 2019, she fulfilled several sustainability roles within Rabobank, a.o. as Head Sustainability Netherlands. Considering her interest and passion for sustainability and laws and regulations, she is focusing on the implementation and use of sustainability regulations and commitments within Rabobank, including the development of the bank’s sustainable finance framework.
Speakers: Brenda de Swart, Global Head Sustainable Business Development – Rabobank & Stefanie Citroen, Head Sustainability Regulations and Commitments – Rabobank
Financial services have traditionally been slow to embrace new innovations because of the size and complexity of their operations and the stringent regulations that apply to them. What is clear is that tokenization and digitization of assets is a trend that is continuing, ultimately culminating in the idea of the metaverse. Meanwhile, both the public sector (central bank digital currencies) as well as the private (stablecoins) are building the necessary payment infrastructrue as regulatory clarity has become a global priority after Facebook’s Libra project. The token has awoken, so you better get ready.
Speaker: Geert Wijnhoven, Innovation Expert – ING
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