The event will address the regulatory challenges in Switzerland driven by climate risks as well as the impact of the sustainable development goals in the EU:
- Susanne Emmer will focus on supervisory challenges in Switzerland driven by climate related risks. After outlining FINMA’s mandate as an insurance supervisor in Switzerland, the experience made over the last years and possible ways forward will be presented.
- Kai Gammelin will address the impact of the EU-Taxonomy requirements and related consequences in case of non-compliance.
Let’s discuss them together!
Susanne Emmer is Head of Financial Risks in the Insurance Division at the Swiss Financial Supervisory Authority (FINMA) in Switzerland. Previously she had senior roles in the financial industry in Switzerland and Germany, and was a visiting professor at ESSEC Business School in Paris. She is holding a PhD in mathematics from the Technical University Munich in Germany.
Kai Gammelin is a Senior Professional who has led and managed Risk & Compliance and Back-Office departments in Universal Banking, Asset Management and Credit Rating Agencies. He was and is a member of various advisory and supervisory boards and a guest lecturer in the Finance Executive Education at the University of Zurich and at the University of Applied Sciences Dornbirn in Austria with emphasizes on financial services & technology as well as investment & financing.
moderated by Xandra Farkas, Willis Tower Watson, and Frederik Roeland, Director, Technology Product Management Finance, Wolters Kluwer .
18:00 Doors open – name tag collection
18:15 Welcome and introduction (Ioannis Akkizidis)
18:20 1st Presentation (Kai Gammelin)
18:50 2nd Presentation (Susanne Emmer)
19:20 Q&A (all)
19:30 Networking drinks (all)
In our chapter events – access for members only – we present one or more speakers to share knowledge, updates and best practices on a specific risk topic. In small groups of risk professionals you can exchange thoughts and test ideas. More on SRA chapters. This event is hosted by the chapter Regulatory Developments.
ESG – regulatory challenges, liabilities and pitfalls: EU vs. CH
3. May 2023
18:15 - 20:30
Venue: University Zurich (KO2-F-142)