Alban Pyanet is a Partner based in Oliver Wyman’s New York office with deep expertise in sustainability, climate change risk, and capital and risk management.
He helps financial institutions integrate climate related considerations into financial risk management practices such as climate scenario analysis and stress testing, underwriting, climate-related limits, and climate risk appetite.
Increasing climate risk awareness within the financial services industry will ultimately generate broad-based benefits for the economy and society as a whole.
Most recently, Alban has been supporting systemically important financial institutions (SIFI) to meet regulatory expectations on climate risk (including the Bank of England’s PRA climate stress test exercise) and to implement the recommendations of the Financial Stability Board’s (FSB) Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
In addition to his consulting work, Alban leads the firm’s development of Climate Credit Analytics, a climate scenario analysis and credit analytics model suite, developed in collaboration with S&P Global. He also supported a working group of 16 global banks (convened by the UN Environment Program – Finance Initiative) to develop a methodology to assess climate risks and opportunities in banks’ corporate lending portfolio.
He has authored several publications on the topic of climate risk, is a frequent speaker at industry events, and serves on the finance panel of the SENSES project, a global expert working group convened by the climate science community to develop the new generation of climate scenarios.
Alban initially joined the Paris office of Oliver Wyman following his graduation from ESCP Europe and transferred to New York in 2013.