EEMI Bauhaus Let’s Greenstorm! | Third virtual event

2021-02-22 14:00:00 2021-02-22 23:59:59 Europe/Brussels EEMI Bauhaus Let’s Greenstorm! | Third virtual event
22 February 2021 2:00 pm


  • Welcome by EEMI Coordinator, Luca Bertalot (starts at 00:00:00)
  • Introduction by Moderator, Richard Kemmish (starts at 00:00:46)
  • Gerard Looijen and Martin Nijboer – Jungo (starts at 00:02:21
  •  Cátia Alves – UCI, Unión de Créditos Inmobiliarios (starts at 00:28:33)
  • Sigurd Næss-Schmidt – Copenhagen Economics (starts at 00:57:31) *
  • Christopher Posvar Rossi, Sebastien Gillet and Louis de Meester – Avantage Reply (starts at 01:26:08) *
  • Closing speech (starts at 01:58:21)


22 February 2021, 14h00-16h00 (CET)




Welcome – Luca BERTALOT


Introduction by the Session Moderator – Richard KEMMISH




Each presentation will be followed by a 15 minutes Question & Answer Session open to all participants

  • Jungo
    State of play of the Dutch Mortgage Market

          Gérard Looijen – Director

          Martin Nijboer – CFO

Jungo will share observations on the Dutch Mortgage market in relation to improvement of sustainability of houses and how this has led to the development of the Jungo Mortgage proposition. Encouraging and facilitating the improvement of sustainability.

 See presentation HERE


  • Unión de Créditos Inmobiliarios (UCI)

    How to raise awareness in making properties “greener”
    Cátia Alves – Head of Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility

    How did UCI create an integrated network, and developed a robust ecosystem around sustainable housing?
    Are knowledge management and AI blockchain part of the solution? Latest Trends and developments.



  •  Copenhagen Economics

    Transition to a carbon-neutral economy: opportunities and perspectives

    Sigurd Næss-Schmidt – Partner and Director of Economics

    The financial sector will provide a significant contribution to decarbonizing the EU economy.  While this challenge will impact all parts of the economy, the pathways to decarbonization will be significantly different across sectors and countries. Financial institutions and other stakeholders need a credible forward looking approach from EU and national regulators reflecting this diversity and promoting a risk based approach to assessing the effects of the green transition on assets prices. The presentation will highlight some areas where EU is soon to take critical decisions in this area.





How do Climate Related Risks Impact Credit Institutions?

Christopher Posvar Rossi (IT) – Senior Manager

Sebastian Gillet (BE) – Senior Consultant

Louis de Meester (BE) – Senior Manager


In this session, Reply will focus on how Climate Related Risks impact Credit Institutions, with a particular focus on industry approaches to quantify these risks via Modelling and Stress Testing.

The presentation will draw from some real examples currently being applied within Credit Institutions.