Managing Director & Partner
Lorenzo Fantini has worked at Boston Consulting Group since 2013. He is a core member of the Climate & Sustainability practice and leads the insurance work for that practice globally. He is also the lead for ESG Risk & Compliance within the Risk & Compliance practice, globally.
Lorenzo focuses on ESG and ESG compliance across industries, primarily in Southern Europe. He has helped leading banks, insurers, industrial, and energy companies successfully complete net zero, climate risks, ESG strategy, and ESG regulations projects. He also has experience in funding and liquidity risk management.
Lorenzo drives the firm's climate risk, adaptation, and resilience offering in the private sector. During his previous experience at McKinsey & Company, Lorenzo focused on risk management within the Financial Institutions practice, particularly risk and regulation (mostly credit and operational risk).
Companies can gain breathing room to operate under stressful conditions; withstand the scrutiny of shareholders, creditors, and regulators; and pursue market opportunities.
BCG's Lorenzo Fantini discusses the need for companies to strengthen their focus on climate adaptation and resilience.
Climate change has become one of the greatest sources of strategic corporate risk. Adaptation and resilience should be a central part of leaders’ agendas.
ESG regulations are growing more intricate, and businesses’ fragmented compliance efforts are proving inadequate. Companies should adopt a comprehensive approach to enable efficient risk management and reporting.
Net zero isn’t just a climate imperative—it’s a business one. Insurers globally must define an integrated strategy that will allow them to pick up the pace of transition to net-zero.
Insurers globally must define an integrated strategy that will allow them to pick up the pace of transition to net zero within their own business and across their spheres of influence.
This report discusses how companies around the world are navigating a rising tide of regulatory and consumer expectations to optimize their compliance target operating models (TOMs). The insights here are based on a global, cross-industry survey of more than 150 companies. The report reveals the maturity of companies' approaches, resource availability and organizational context, as well as current progress on the digitization of key functions.
Corporate decisions makers around the world are increasingly required to assess the risks they face in respect of the environment, social responsibilities, and governance (ESG) – as well as to gauge the opportunities. Through a simple three-step process, they can ensure that the ESG and climate compliance are embedded in the company’s daily activities.