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Meeting the challenges of new US regulation linked to climate change

The regulatory environment surrounding climate change is shifting rapidly, with the SEC proposing new climate related disclosure requirements and the Fed announcing the introduction of climate stress testing.

Our panel of experts discuss the implications of the new regulatory environment and how best to meet the challenges and opportunities these developments will create.

Jake Kuyer
Jake Kuyer

Associate Director, Economics & Sustainability

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Jake Kuyer

Jake Kuyer

Associate Director, Economics & Sustainability

London, UK

Jake Kuyer is an Associate Director and leads the Economics & Sustainability team within Economic Impact Consulting. He has extensive experience applying economics to challenges around the environment and social impact. He has managed numerous projects across the public, private and third sectors covering a broad range of fields. At Oxford Economics, he works with our economic models, such as our bespoke Global Sustainability Model, to embed sustainability into our offerings. He works with clients to understand both their impact and dependence on the environment, and to achieve their sustainability ambitions.

Prior to Oxford Economics, he worked for a multi-national engineering firm focusing on environmental impact, an economics think tank focusing on social value, and a boutique consultancy specialising in environmental economics. He has earned degrees with distinction from the University of Victoria, Canada, and the University of Edinburgh, UK.

Felicity Hannon
Felicity Hannon

Associate Director, Climate Scenarios and Macroeconomic Modelling

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Felicity Hannon

Felicity Hannon

Associate Director, Climate Scenarios and Macroeconomic Modelling

Oxford, United Kingdom

Felicity Hannon is an Associate Director of Oxford Economics’ Climate Scenarios and Macroeconomic Modelling team and has been in this role for over four years. Felicity is responsible for the publication of climate scenarios and regular research on the economic impact of climate change for the new Global Climate Service. She oversees a number of consultancy projects at OE including climate regulatory stress testing and bespoke scenario analysis. Felicity also worked with her team to introduce climate change scenario levers on the Global Economic Model. Previously, Felicity worked as a senior policy advisor at HM Treasury.

Neil Walker

Director of Macro Modelling and Scenarios

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Neil Walker

Director of Macro Modelling and Scenarios

London

Neil is currently Director of Macro Modelling and scenarios, based in London after spending 5 years in New York where he led the Macroeconomic Consultancy in the Americas.

Having initially worked in various financial roles where he became a member of the Charted Institute of Management Accounts he joined Oxford Economics in September 2012 working on country forecasts and the global scenario service. Following his move to New York, he became involved in a number of regulatory scenarios including work on CCAR, DFAST, HKMA, CECL and IFRS9. He also worked on a number of model development projects to expand the Global Economic model. Since his return to London, he has headed the Macroeconomic modelling and scenarios team, overseeing the production and development of Oxford Economics Global Economic model as well as leading consultancy projects.

Alex Mackle

Lead Economist

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Lead Economist

New York, United States

Alex Mackle is a Lead Economist in the US Macro Consulting team based in New York. Alex focuses on scenarios and stress testing, as well as CECL/IFRS9 scenarios. He also frequently gives training sessions on the Global Economic Model, focusing on scenarios and stress testing capabilities. Prior to joining the US Macro Consulting team in 2017, Alex worked in the Scenarios team in London, contributing to the Global Scenario Service and various stress testing exercises. He has also worked on several modelling projects, including a macro model for the Central Bank of Oman.

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