Credit, Climate and Financial Crime: Learnings from the pandemic and emerging risk factors

22nd February 2022 12:15pm - 1:00pm
Style of Event: FREE for Corporate Members (Use CODE: WIBFWEB)
WiBF Member: AUD $0.00 Website Subscriber: AUD $20.00
12:15-1:00pm AEDT


In this 45-minute session, hear from Dr. Jolene Morse, Director; Emma Herd, Partner; and Nick Davison, Partner from EY with an overview of the credit, climate and financial crime environment.

The year 2021 provided an environment like nothing we have ever seen before and 2022 will be a year of regulatory change and macroeconomic influences. This confluence of events will influence the way we do business, therefore this session will cover:
- The EY and IIF risk management survey and the key lessons for businesses across the banking and finance sector moving into 2022;
- The factors likely to play a role in the credit environment in 2022;  
- How the climate conversation will impact credit risk including emerging trends and market insights; and  
- How the financial crime landscape is changing given the rapid acceleration of technology and digital services.

Pre Work

Please consider your own operating environment and prepare questions for our speakers about credit, climate and financial crime for discussion.


The WiBF webinar series provides an opportunity for members to grow their knowledge in topics relevant to the industry including emerging risks across the banking and finance sector.


You will learn about the current credit, climate and financial crime environment and the key lessons for businesses moving into 2022.


With a passion for risk, Dr. Jolene Morse is a finance professional, who has worked across the finance sector and the complete credit life cycle. Jolene has undertaken end to end credit reviews, assessed compliance with regulatory standards and is also an advocate for leveraging risk to advance the strategic objectives of an organisation.

Emma Herd has over 20 years’ experience in climate change, sustainable finance and sustainability practices. Prior to joining EY, Emma was Chief Executive Officer of the Investor Group on Climate Change (IGCC) (2015-2021), a member based industry association representing and working with institutional investors implementing climate change and ESG responses across their portfolios and in their investment strategies.

Nick Davison is a highly skilled financial crime specialist. Nick has advised multiple global financial institutions across a range of businesses, on the design and implementation of target state operating models for AML/KYC. He has also undertaken reviews of AML surveillance and transaction monitoring systems and performed regulatory assessments of AML compliance against local and international regulatory standards.