Christopher leads the Climate and Resilience Hub for Asia-Pacific, focusing on climate risk quantification and management through advisory, transactional, and implementational services.
The CRH is the focal point for WTW’s climate-related activities, and advocates for risk and resilience considerations in the wider economy. This covers physical, transition, and liability climate risks, ranging from introductory services to risk advisory, risk management execution, to strategic guidance.Much of this work is centered on the implementation of advice, through WTW’s expert teams.
He regularly leads multi-disciplinary teams, internal and external, in project delivery and in engagement with clients.
This follows his role in building and commercialising WTW’sdisaster risk financing practice, which provides advisory and risk transfer product design services to public sector clients.
Christopher has also spent time in East Africa, launching an agricultural parametric insurance programme supported by the World Bank and the World Food Programme.
Christopher joined WTW in 2018. He holds a PhD in Insurance Regulation and Policy, and an MSc in Environmental Policy from Imperial College London, and a BA in Geography from University College London. He also holds a Certificate in Enterprise Risk Management.