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IDFA and Marsh hosted an insightful webinar where we dived deep into the world of climate risk assessments and scenario analysis in preparation for compliance with CA SB-261. In this session, our experts provided in-depth insights on assessing climate risks following TCFD (Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures) principles and understanding the implications of CA SB-261. We also explored strategies, case studies, and best practices for aligning with these guidelines.

During this session, we covered:

  • Understand TCFD pillars and recommendations, with practical examples and scenarios
  • Learn about the key components of CA SB-261 and how to prepare for its requirements
  • Discover how to assess and mitigate your climate risks for future business operations and strategy


Randal Waters

Senior Vice President, Emerging Risks Group, Marsh Advisory

Xinze (Ze) Peng, Ph.D.

Vice President, Emerging Risks Group, Marsh Advisory

Moderated by:

Mike Aquino

Director, ESG

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