Beyond Accounting – Winter is Coming
For today’s event we are partnering with the Institute of Chartered accountants in England and Wales and focusing on the impact and potential outcomes of the current global energy crisis. How this is impacting us, what is likely to happen next and what can be done about it. We start with 3 presentations. Firstly a segment on ’resilience’ and how we can take steps to mitigate / resolve / address the impact of the energy crisis. Then a ‘people’s perspective’ on what is happening now and what may happen in future. Finally, perspective from the ICAEW viewpoint of the energy crisis and its impact on accountants, focusing on the UK, Europe and wider world. The first session should run for about 60 minutes. Then bring the speakers back, introduce our moderator and move to Q&A for the remaining time (Est. 30 minutes). Total time including introduction and polls 90 minutes.
This presentation will cover:
- Resilience’ and how we can take steps to mitigate / resolve / address the impact of the energy crisis.
- A ‘people’s perspective’ on what is happening now and what may happen in future.
- A ’perspective from the ICAEW viewpoint of the energy crisis and its impact on accountants, focusing on the UK, Europe and wider world.
Beyond Accounting: Winter is Coming.
- By the end of today’s session, attendees will have achieved the following objectives:
- The economic impact of the energy crisis, specifically for Europe but also for the USA / wider world
- How people are being impacted and what may occur during the current winter in the northern hemisphere
- What can be done to mitigate the energy crisis impact now and in future
- Any implications for the accounting profession
MEET THE SPEAKERS
Winter is Coming – a ‘what the challenges are perspective’ – the threats and risks to the energy industry right now, focusing on this winter and broader climate risks / threats global impact. How energy companies are leading on mitigating the impact of climate change.
Daniel is Group Vice President, Resilience and Crisis Management, National Grid, where he leads a team charged to rethink how National Grid provides safe, clean and reliable energy in an equitable way. Prior to National Grid Daniel was Global Utilities Lead for Crisis Management and Resiliency with Accenture.
Subject: ‘People’s Perspective’ on what is happening now and what may happen in future.
Gerard is based in Berlin. He spoke at our Net-Zero event earlier this year and is a former advisor to the UK government on renewable energy policy. Gerard is a Co-founder and Partner at Alexa Capital, an independent financial services business committed to mobilizing capital towards achieving net-zero. He is a Fellow at the Institute of the Environment at the University of Minnesota and a member of the Global Future Council on Advanced Energy Technologies at the World Economic Forum. He is also the co-host of “REDEFINING ENERGY” podcast, which explores how Finance, Technology, Innovation, Markets and Regulations are radically redefining the world of energy.
Subject: Perspective from the ICAEW viewpoint and impact on accountants
Suren is Economies Director with ICAEW. He has a wide-ranging background in economics and oversees ICAEW’s economic thought leadership work. Suren is a regular commentator on the UK economy featuring regularly on television and radio and in the national press. He also directs ICAEW’s policy work on trade, technology and financial services. Prior to joining ICAEW, he spent nine years heading the economics team at the British Chambers of Commerce.
Nicola is Strategic Pursuits leader with CliftonLarsonAllen (CLA) in New York. Nicola is an ICAEW member and qualified as a Chartered Accountant with PwC in the UK (Manchester) before moving to work for them in New York in 2015.