Staff Briefing on Sustainable Finance in Banking and Capital Markets
The Bank Policy Institute, the Financial Services Forum and SIFMA will host a bipartisan virtual staff briefing this Thursday, June 24th, from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. for offices of the House Financial Services and Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committees on efforts the banking industry, capital markets and regulators are making to assess and manage climate-related financial risk. Topics to be covered include climate-related risk and disclosures, climate scenario analysis and macroeconomic stress testing, climate finance markets and the real economy, and international efforts in these areas.
This event is off the record, closed to the press and only open to staff from offices on the House Financial Services and Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committees.
Each panelist will provide initial opening remarks with time for Q&A afterward. To register, please fill out the form below.
Lauren Anderson, BPI
Lauren Anderson is Senior Vice President and Associate General Counsel for Regulatory Affairs at BPI. Prior to joining BPI, Ms. Anderson worked at both the Bank of England and the FDIC. While at the Bank of England, Ms. Anderson was a senior advisor to the Governor on issues of sustainable finance.
Sean Campbell, Financial Services Forum
Sean Campbell is the Chief Economist, Head of Policy Research at the Financial Services Forum. Prior to joining the Forum, Dr. Campbell served as an Associate Director in the Federal Reserve Board’s Division of Supervision and Regulation and as a Deputy Associate Director in the Division of Research and Statistics.
Carter McDowell, SIFMA
Carter McDowell is Managing Director, Associate General Counsel at SIFMA. Prior to joining SIFMA, Mr. McDowell served as Chief Legislative Counsel, Domestic & International, for the American Bankers Association and as the General Counsel of the ABA’s Bankers’ Association for Finance and Trade (BAFT’s) from 2007 to 2009.
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