The Superannuation Governance Masterclass is a series of intensive, face-to-face classroom workshop designed to help leaders in the superannuation industry achieve governance best practice.
In each Masterclass, a team of industry experts will dissect a key area relating to superannuation governance and use case scenarios and real-life examples to demonstrate how the governance framework is best put into practice.
There is a limit of 20 participants for each Masterclass to allow for robust discussion, and to ensure that participants have ample opportunity to ask presenters questions.
Climate Change Risk Governance Masterclass for superannuation trustees
When: Tuesday 24 May 2022, 1.00pm - 4.00pm
Where: Minter Ellison Sydney Office
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When: Tuesday 31 May 2022, 1.00pm - 4.00pm
Where: Minter Ellison Melbourne Office
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With regulators and members demanding demonstrable climate change action to be incorporated into a superannuation fund’s governance, risk management and disclosure frameworks, embedding climate considerations into board decision making, and understanding and acting on the risks and opportunities that climate change presents should be a key focus of all superannuation trustees.
This workshop, facilitated by Sarah Barker, Partner and Head of Climate Risk Governance, MinterEllison, will equip you with valuable knowledge of the climate change risk and regulatory landscape, trustee’s obligations and responsibilities regarding climate change risk, considerations to apply in your own organisation and practical steps to enhance your climate change risk governance processes and structures.
At the conclusion of this critical face to face workshop, you will clearly understand why climate change risk is an essential consideration for superannuation funds when making decisions; what your obligations and responsibilities are regarding climate change risk; and the strategies you can use to address and manage climate change risk.
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Key topics to be discussed
- The global context and domestic regulatory and legal developments of climate change risk
- Governance obligations regarding climate change risk
- Intensified regulator and member expectations
- Managing the risks and opportunities of climate change risk
- Leveraging existing practices, policies, and service providers to improve the management and oversight of climate change risks and opportunities
- Embedding good governance processes and structure
- Net Zero as a climate risk strategy
- Disclosure requirements and communicating value