Central America: TCFD 101 – Workshop Training

26 Sep, 2022

This is an invitation only event. For more information, please contact the SSE team.

In order to provide markets with high-quality training on climate disclosure and provide an overview of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) recommendations, the UN SSE, IFC, Bloomberg and CDP are providing a multifaceted course in coordination with exchanges from the Central America region for their markets and staff, free of charge. This session will be deliver in Spanish. 

TCFD 101 – Getting started with climate-related financial reporting (Introducción a los informes financieros relacionados con el clima)

TCFD 101 provides an overview of what climate-related reporting is and why it is important. It will also provide participants with the global and regional context and focus on the initial steps on how to address the TCFD recommendations. 

By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to: 

  • Explain the financial risks & opportunities associated with climate change, and the importance of climate-related financial disclosure.​
  • Understand the key elements of climate-related financial disclosure and outline the characteristics of good practice.​
  • Identify the initial steps organisations need to take to implement the recommendations of the TCFD.

The TCFD training programme is financially supported by Bloomberg Philanthropies and IFC.

Trainers' bios

Jesica Bianconi is a Market Specialist at Bloomberg in Sao Paulo. Jesica has a 20-year successful career in the financial market in different roles, from senior analyst at the Argentinean Central Bank, to professor at Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (UADE), Research coordinator at FGS – ANSES, and PM at Banco de Corrientes asset management. Jesica has a Master’s in Finance by UCEMA, Argentina, Master’s in Environmental Economics by UIB, Spain and is an Economist by UADE, Argentina.

Tiffany Grabski is a senior specialist on climate reporting for the United Nations Sustainable Stock Exchanges (UN SSE) initiative. In this role, her most recent project involved the drafting of two upcoming guidance documents to help stock exchanges guide their markets on climate reporting and integrate the recommendations of the Financial Stability Board’s (FSB) task force on climate-related financial disclosures (TCFD). Tiffany is also a PhD candidate currently completing her dissertation at the University of Geneva’s school of economics and management on how stock exchanges can contribute to solving climate change and other key global issues. Tiffany also served as deputy coordinator for the UN SSE initiative from 2015-2019, and prior to this worked as a journalist in Latin America.

About the SSE

​The SSE initiative is a UN Partnership Programme organised by UNCTAD, the UN Global Compact, UNEP FI and the PRI. The SSE’s mission is to provide a global platform for exploring how exchanges, in collaboration with investors, companies (issuers), regulators, policymakers and relevant international organizations, can enhance performance on ESG (environmental, social and corporate governance) issues and encourage sustainable investment, including the financing of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The SSE seeks to achieve this mission through an integrated programme of conducting evidence-based policy analysis, facilitating a network and forum for multi-stakeholder consensus-building, and providing technical assistance and advisory services.