Climate Risk Summit Europe 2024

Delivering practical takeaways and driving best practices in ESG and climate risk management to achieve improved market confidence, brand reputation and higher shareholder value.

Where ESG risk leaders connect, exchange ideas and make vital steps towards the new future of finance

ESG is seeing massive money inflows due to the growing importance of climate action. With global ESG assets expected to reach $53 trillion by 2025, many are searching for ways to better analyze and improve how their business and their investments perform when it comes to impact-investment decision making.​

The event will gather senior risk management and investment strategy decision makers from asset managers, hedge funds, life insurance firms, pension funds and investment banks in the UK and Europe online, guaranteeing that you gain new ideas, new connections and a new perspective on ESG risk management and climate risk.

June 11-12, 2024 - London

Nasreen Kasenally

Chief risk officer, asset management and sustainability, Emea


Nasreen Kasenally is the global chief risk officer and head of sustainability risk at UBS Asset Management. She is a senior risk professional with over 20 years of experience mostly at UBS covering investment banking, asset and wealth management. In her role as chief risk officer, Kasenally is responsible for all financial risks within UBS Asset Management globally and in all the business divisions of UBS Group in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Within sustainability, she has the oversight of the risks across the group and leads the engagement and positioning to deliver the firm’s purpose and values with regards to sustainability.

Margot von Aesch

Head of sustainable investment management


Margot von Aesch is Head of Sustainable Investment Management at Schroders, looking after the sustainable research, models and integration teams. She joined Schroders in 2021 and is based in London.

Between 2014 and 2021, Margot occupied a number of different roles at Redburn, an independent equity research house where she became a partner in 2018. Her roles included Co-Head of ESG, Head of Sales and Income Specialist. Prior to Redburn, Margot worked in Equity Sales for institutions such as BNP Paribas, Natixis and Société Générale, in Paris and London. She started her financial career with Cazenove in 2000.

Margot sits on the Board of the Sevenoaks Suns Basketball Club. She is also a member of the Senior Business Leaders Group of Women in Banking and Finance.

Margot holds a BSc (Hons) in Economics from the School of Oriental and African Studies.

Ulf Erlandsson

Founder and chief executive

Anthropocene Fixed Income Institute

Dr Ulf Erlandsson is CEO and Founder of the Anthropocene Fixed Income Institute (AFII), the research organisation empowering fixed income to drive the climate transition.

Launched in 2020, AFII provides fixed income investors with the insights and tools they need to align their portfolios with ambitious climate targets. He previously ran global credit, SSAs and a total return alpha strategy at Swedish state pension fund, AP4. Prior to that, he was a quantitative strategist at Barclays Capital.

Ulf’s publication record covers a spectrum of credit and climate pieces such as “Credit alpha and CO2 reduction”, “High-frequency CDS index trading”, “Carbon negative leveraged investment strategies”, “An option pricing approach for sustainability-linked bonds” and books such as “Systematic CDS index trading handbook”, “CDS curve trading handbook” and “Empirical analysis of the credit cycle.”

Dr Erlandsson was awarded Environmental Finance’s Bond Personality of the Year 2022 as well as CFA Sweden’s ESG Prize 2021. He earned his Ph.D. in Economics from Lund University.

Nina Seega

Director, Centre for Sustainable Finance

Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership

Dr Nina Seega is the Director of the Centre for Sustainable Finance at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL). The Centre incorporates CISL’s finance industry groups to provide the insight and cooperation needed to advance policy and market practices including; the Banking Environment Initiative (created in 2010 by CEOs of some of the world’s largest banks) ClimateWise (set up in 2007 for global insurance), and the Investment Leaders Group (leading investment managers and asset owners with over $ 14 trillion under management). Nina has worked with De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) on the financial impact of disruptive energy transition, collaborated with the South African National Treasury and Banco de Mexico on embedding environmental scenarios into financial risk frameworks, and was the knowledge partner for the G20 Green Finance Study Group in 2016 and 2017. Previously, Nina was the Head of the London Traded Products Desk for Dresdner Kleinwort. In addition to her role at University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, Nina is a member of the Sustainable Finance Advisory Panel at the Monetary Authority of Singapore, Strategic Advisory Board on Sustainable Finance at the British Standards Institute, the Sustainable Finance Scientific Council at S&P Ratings, and the Board of Directors at the Global Research Alliance for Sustainable Finance.

Nina is driven by mainstreaming environmental and social considerations into daily financial and corporate decision making. Previously a risk manager with leadership experience in traded credit risk management. Nina has defended her PhD on strategic practices that drive resilience in finance at the University of Cambridge. She also holds an MPhil in Innovation, Strategy and Organisation from University of Cambridge and an MSc in Information Systems from the London School of Economics.

Ella Hoxha

Senior investment manager

Pictet Asset Management

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