Interview with Robert Muir-Wood, Chief Research Officer at Moody’s RMS, at World Climate Summit 2022
In this video interview, Robert Muir-Wood, Chief Research Officer at Moody's Risk Management Solutions (RMS), introduces the company's key initiatives in environmental risk modeling and climate change adaptation measures and discusses the role of the company in the global efforts to achieve a net-zero future.
Representing Moody’s RMS as a Summit partner of World Climate Summit - The Investment COP 2022 was Swami Venkataraman, Associate Managing Director - Environmental, Social and Governance, Moody's RMS, who was a keynote speaker at Investment Session “2030 Transition-Ready Portfolios - Best Practice Options for Achieving Alignment With the Paris Agreement”.
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About Moody’s RMS
Moody’s RMS is a global integrated risk assessment firm that empowers organisations to make better decisions. Our data, analytical solutions and insights help decision-makers identify opportunities and manage the risks of doing business with others. Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) considerations are critical to managing risk and seizing opportunities in today’s global capital markets. We are committed to transparently and systematically integrating ESG considerations into credit ratings.
Learn more: esg.moodys.io
About Robert Muir-Wood
At Moody’s RMS, Robert Muir-Wood works to enhance approaches to natural catastrophe modeling, identify models for new areas of risk, and explore expanded applications for catastrophe modeling. Robert has more than 20 years of experience developing probabilistic catastrophe models. He was the lead author of the 2007 IPCC 4th Assessment Report and 2011 IPCC Special Report on Extremes, is a member of the Climate Risk and Insurance Working Group for the Geneva Association, and is vice-chair of the OECD panel on the Financial Consequences of Large-Scale Catastrophes. He is the author of six books, as well as numerous papers and articles in scientific and industry publications. He holds a degree in natural sciences and a PhD in earth sciences, both from Cambridge University.