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Climate Change and Principle-based Taxonomy (CCPT)
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    Programme Details
    Date
    4 March 2024
    Time
    9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
    Venue
    Asian Banking School
    HRDC PROG NO
    10001292229
    Financial institutions have a critical role to play in supporting orderly transitions while managing their exposures to climate risk from lending, investment and underwriting activities. Assessing exposures to climate-related risks in a consistent and effective way, both within a financial institution and across the industry, is therefore essential.

    On 30 April 2021, Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) published Malaysia's national climate focused sustainability taxonomy for the financial sector, the Climate Change and Principle based Taxonomy (CCPT). The CCPT sets out five Guiding Principles (GPs) intended to help financial institutions to assess and categorise economic activities according to the extent to which they meet climate objectives and promote transition to a low-carbon economy.

    The CCPT provides a framework to facilitate robust and consistent assessments of economic activities and their associated impacts on climate mitigation, adaptation, and the transition to low carbon and more sustainable practices. This one-day programme aims to provide participants with an understanding of the key elements, features and requirements outlined under the CCPT. The CCPT and how to apply and implement it within financial institutions will also be examined and discussed.
    Learning Level
    Intermediate
    Programme Fees*

    AICB MEMBER

    MYR

    1,700

    / PAX

    NON-MEMBER

    MYR

    2,000

    / PAX

    *Subject to 6% Service Tax

  • Objectives & Outline
    LEARNING OBJECTIVES
    By the end of the programme, participants will be able to:
    • Explain the “Climate Change and Principle-based Taxonomy” (CCPT)
    • Identify climate change impact and opportunities for financial institutions
    • Interpret the CCPT and attempt to classify borrowers under the CCPT guidelines
    PROGRAMME OUTLINE

    Introduction

    • Overview of climate change and its impacts
    • Importance of principles-based taxonomy in addressing climate change


    Understanding Climate Change

    • Definition and causes of climate change
    • Greenhouse gas emissions and their impact on the climate
    • Impacts of climate change on different sectors and regions


    Principles-based Taxonomy

    • Definition of principles-based taxonomy
    • Key principles of principles-based taxonomy
    • Guiding principles for the assessment of economic activities


    Application of Principles Based Taxonomy to Climate Change

    • Encouraging low-carbon and sustainable activities
    • Assessment of economic activities
    • Classification of economic activities
    • Disclosing and reporting on climate impact of investments


    Case Studies

    • Examples of companies in different sectors implementing principles-based taxonomy
    • Evaluation of the impact of principles-based taxonomy on climate change


    Preparing for CCPT implementation

    • Challenges and opportunities
    • Discussion on data collection issues, data verification, classification challenges etc.


    Case studies and discussions

  • Methodology
    Lecture, case studies and discussions
  • Participant Profile

    Sustainability champions, executives and officers from business units, credit, risk, compliance, audit and anyone whose role requires a good understanding of climate change and principles-based taxonomy

  • Trainer

    Cheah Wee Leong

    Cheah Wee Leong is the Director of Investment Banking Training at the Asian Banking School and has more than 25 years of experience working in the banking industry with local and foreign banks in various roles and capacities. A seasoned professional, Wee Leong brings with him broad experience as a former banker and management consultant.

    Wee Leong started his career at Citibank in 1993 before joining US management consultancy firm Accenture in 1997. At Accenture, he was involved in managing large bank merger-integration, process re-engineering and transformation projects. He has worked in projects in various countries including Hong Kong, China, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Mauritius and Saudi Arabia. In 2003, Wee Leong joined CIMB as its Head of Operational Risk Management and led the implementation of the bank’s operational risk management and Basel 2 – Operational Risk framework. Subsequently, he assumed various senior roles in Trade Finance, Regional Transaction Banking, Corporate Banking, Treasury and Markets division and Group CEO office at CIMB. His last role at CIMB was as Director, Group Strategy.
    Wee Leong holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the USA and a Master of Business Administration (with Distinction) from the Anglia Rushkin University, United Kingdom. He obtained training from Citibank Asia Pacific Banking Institute in Singapore in 1995. He is a certified Chartered Banker, Finance Accreditation Agency (FAA) Certified Training Professional, Certified HRD Corp trainer and a holder of the PRINCE2 Foundation and Practitioner Certificate in Project Management.

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