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Climate and Resilience Hub

The Climate and Resilience Hub (CRH) is the focal point for our climate expertise and capabilities, pooling knowledge from across our people, risk and capital businesses and from our collaborations to deliver climate and resilience solutions in response to a range of regulatory, investor, consumer, employee and operating pressures. Under the Climate Quantified brand we deliver analytics, advice and transactions to enable corporate, finance and public sector institutions to embrace the climate decade ahead.

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    Climate regulation and policy

    Understanding, interpreting and influencing the development of climate-related governance of public and private sectors.

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    Climate analytics

    Supporting business decision making and reporting requirements for physical, transition and liability risks under TCFD (Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures) and wider regulatory and disclosure standards.

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    Climate aligned business strategy

    Supporting corporate and public sector organisations to address stakeholder demands over short and longer-term horizons.

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    Risk management and transfer

    Providing solutions to reduce risks and arrange insurance and alternative risk transfer programmes across public, private and mutual sector companies.

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    Sustainable and resilient investment

    Integrating climate risks into mainstream investment decision making, including portfolio allocation and asset valuation.

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    Corporate governance and human resources

    Integrating climate and ESG (environmental, social and governance) factors into duties and responsibilities and aligning incentives and compensation programmes.


Head of Climate and Resilience Hub

Rowan is Head of the Climate and Resilience Hub (CRH), building on leadership on these themes for over a decade. Previously he served on the Board of Willis Re as CEO Global Analytics and founded the Willis Research Network in 2006. In 2014 he established the Capital Science and Policy Practice to apply Willis Towers Watson's expertise on resilience into wider sectors and support the Company’s growing leadership on climate, resilience and finance which grew into the CRH.

Beyond Willis Towers Watson, he founded the Insurance Development Forum in 2015 with industry, United Nations and World Bank leaders and served on The UK Prime Minister’s Council for Science and Technology 2011-2015. In 2016 he was made CBE for services to the economy through risk, insurance and sustainable growth.

Executive Vice-President – Risk and Analytics
Willis Towers Watson India Insurance Brokers
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Insurance Development Forum

The IDF is a public/private partnership led by the insurance industry and supported by international organisations. The IDF aims to optimise and extend the use of insurance and its related risk management capabilities to build greater resilience and protection for people, communities, businesses, and public institutions that are vulnerable to serious weather-related risks.

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