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ESG reporting in 2023: Practical applications for managing and measuring carbon emissions

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Thursday, November 24, 2022

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This event, supported by S&P Global Market Intelligence, continued our exploration of how insurers are measuring and managing climate-related risk, including transitioning to new areas of insurance.

We were joined by companies including Lloyd’s of London, Swiss Re, Fidelis, Convex, Gamma Location Intelligence, The World Benchmarking Alliance, Cactus and Ecologi. 

We heard about the growing requirements for insurers to provide credible and coherent measures of their exposure to future climate change and reduction of carbon emissions. The panelists also gave us an overview of the tools and data being used in order to meet those requirements as well as identifying new standards and benchmarks that are helping underpin industry standardisation. 

Matthew, Robin, Rebekah and Ali were joined on stage for the following sessions:

  1. ESG – where are we now? – Raphael Zindi, Director, Global Head of Insurance Solutions, S&P Global Market Intelligence; Olivia Brindle, Head of Sustainability, Fidelis 

  2. Practical applications for measurement and reporting – Chris Bennett, Global Head of Strategy and M&A, Sustainable1, S&P Global; Rachel Delhaise, Head of Sustainability, Convex; Anna Bordon, Senior Tech Partnership Lead, Swiss Re

  3. Emerging trends and new solutions – Feargal O’Neill, CEO, Gamma Location Intelligence; Tom Allebone-Webb, Head of Strategy, Lloyd’s of London; James Robinson, Founder, Cactus

  4. Measuring the industry – marketing the insurance scorecard – Pauliina Murphy, Engagement Director, World Benchmarking Alliance

  5. Navigating decarbonisation in shipping – Kristy Asseily, Maritime Sustainability Lead, S&P Global

  6. Emissions monitoring – start small, start right – Stephen Dickinson, Senior Enterprise Account Manager, Ecologi


    ESG reporting in 2023: Practical applications for managing and measuring carbon emissions


You can watch highlights from the event below or the complete sessions here.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

InsTech is accredited by The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII). By attending an InsTech Evening event, you can claim up to 1.5 CPD hours towards your CPD scheme.

Let us know you attended the event by emailing [email protected] and if your organisation is a member of InsTech, you will receive a quarterly summary of the CPD hours you have earned.

The Learning Objectives for this event were:

  • Understand some of the different methods that companies are using to manage and measure ESG and climate emissions
  • Summarise a range of case studies and practical applications of how insurers are helping their customers manage climate exposure
  • Identify a selection of the tools, data and analytics that can help businesses in the insurance industry and their partners measure carbon emissions

Please take a minute to fill in this short CPD feedback form and let us know what you thought of this event.