2021 CAPI Alumni Virtual Sessions

Fulfill Your Annual Education Requirement. In order to maintain the CAPI designation, ongoing education is required each year. Confirm or update your contact information using the form below to be contacted about how to attend this year’s continuing education sessions. For more about this year’s offerings, keep scrolling…

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The Current State of Climate

November 10 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm EDT

Climate change is one of the most pressing global challenges facing the world today. Twenty-first century business leaders must understand the relationship between business and the natural environment including the climate, and must navigate the complex and sometimes overlapping worlds of private and public standards for measuring, disclosing, and mitigating climate risk. This module offers a deep dive into the “E” in ESG by focusing attention on climate change and related environmental challenges to which businesses and business leaders must be attuned.  We will first examine some of the most important risks and opportunities that firms and clients are facing as a result of climate change, and assess how firms in different sectors are confronting those risks and opportunities. We will discuss the increasing importance of corporate disclosures of climate risk, focusing on both public and private disclosure regimes. Finally, participants will gain insight into the rapidly changing public policy landscape surrounding climate change as it affects the business world.

Climate Change and Insurance:
Threats, Responses and Opportunities

November 18 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm EDT

The consequences of climate change comprise numerous perils and hazards and thus the potential impacts on the insurance industry are myriad and multivariate. For example, climate change is contributing to higher sea surface temperatures, rising sea levels, and increasing trend in extreme weather events, including floods, droughts, winter storms, heat waves, wildfires, and hurricane intensity. Chubb’s business involves providing clients with insurance and reinsurance protection from the impact of various types of risks, including weather events that are more frequent or severe. We recognize that a changing climate affects everyone – customers, employees, shareholders, business partners, and the communities we serve. This module explores how Chubb is addressing the risks and opportunities involved in mitigating and adapting to climate change.

Faculty

Sara Light | Associate Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at Wharton

Faculty

Alex Waldman | Chubb’s Climate Sustainability Manager

Audience

CAPI Alumni

Requirements

Please mark your calendar with these important dates.

  • November 10 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm EDT
  • November 18 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm EDT

Please remember that you MUST attend BOTH of these sessions to maintain your CAPI certification. As in years past, we will be recording each session just in case you are not able to attend “live”, however, you must listen to a recorded version of any of the missed webinars by November 30, 2021 to maintain your CAPI certification.

Location

Virtual

Chubb Contact

Jessica Albert
Program & Data Analytics Coordinator – Agency Education
jessica.albert@chubb.com
908.572.2611

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