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• Alex is the chairman of British Airways, a post that he has held since October. In 2016, Alex started to lead British Airways as the CEO and during that period that was the most profitable in the company’s history, he embarked on an investment programme in the company worth €6 billion.
• In 2020 and as the result of the impact of COVID19, Alex implemented an employment and financial restructuring plan that has allowed BA to survive the sharp drop in air travel demand.
• Alex began his career at American Airlines in Dallas. He later moved to London, where he worked as a consultant for different companies and eventually became a partner in Accenture. In 2006, Alex founded and headed Clickair in Barcelona. He subsequently merged it with Vueling and built up the airline to have 100 planes, when it was purchased by IAG, the parent company of Iberia and British Airways.
• Alex lecturers at the IESE Business School and regularly works with technology start-ups.
• Mariana Mazzucato (PhD) is Professor in the Economics of Innovation and Public Value at University College London (UCL), where she is Founding Director of the UCL Institute for Innovation & Public Purpose (IIPP).
• She has won many international prizes including the 2020 John von Neumann Award, the 2019 All European Academies Madame de Staël Prize for Cultural Values, and 2018 Leontief Prize for Advancing the Frontiers of Economic Thought.
• She was named as one of the ‘3 most important thinkers about innovation’ by The New Republic, one of the 50 most creative people in business in 2020 by Fast Company, and one of the 25 leaders shaping the future of capitalism by WIRED.
• Her highly-acclaimed book The Entrepreneurial State: debunking public vs. private sector myths (2013) investigates the critical role the state plays in driving growth—and her book The Value of Everything: making and taking in the global economy (2018) looks at how value creation needs to be rewarded over value extraction.
• She advises policy makers around the world on innovation-led inclusive and sustainable growth.
March 2018 – October 2020
• Vice-President of the EIB
November 2016 – May 2018
• Secretary General of the Treasury and Financial Policy
• Member of the Governing Council of Banco de España
• Member of the Board of the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV)
• Member of the Governing Committee of the Fund for Orderly Bank Restructuring (FROB)
• Vice-president of the Managing Commission of the Deposit Guarantee Fund
• President of the Steering Committee of SAREB
• President of the Monitoring Committee of the Electricity Deficit Amortization Fund (FADE)
• President of the Standing Committee of the Commission for the Prevention of Money Laundering and Monetary Offences
• Alternate Governor, member of the Board of Directors and member of the Budget Review and Compensation Committee in the European Stability Mechanism (ESM)
• Member of the Board of Directors of the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF)
• Alternate member for Spain in the Eurogroup
• Alternate member for Spain in ECOFIN meetings
• Member of the Economic and Financial Committee (EFC)
• Member of the Eurogroup Working Group (EWG)
• Deputy representative for Spain in G20 meetings – Finance Track
• Member of the plenary and member of the Standing Committee on Assessment of Vulnerabilities of the Financial Stability Board (FSB)
• Vice-President of the Long-Term Investors Club
• President of the Instituto de Crédito Oficial (ICO)
• President of Axis, venture capital firm of ICO
• President of Fundación ICO
• Chief of Staff of the Minister of Economy and Competitiveness
• Advisor to the Executive Director for Spain, Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia and Central America at the International Monetary Fund (IMF)
• Senior Advisor to the Minister on EU and Euro Area affairs, Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness
• Senior Advisor to the Second Vice-President and Minister of Economy and Finance
• Senior Advisor to the Secretary General for the Budget and Expenditure, Ministry of Economy and Finance
• Deputy Assistant Director General for EU Affairs, Secretary General for the EU, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation
• Head of Area, General Sub-directorate for Economic Legal Framework, General Directorate for Economic Policy, Ministry of Economy and Finance
• Head of Area, General Sub-directorate for the International Financial System, General Directorate for International Financial Institutions, Ministry of Economy and Finance
• Head of Service, General Sub-directorate for EU Trade Policy, Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade
• Joins Spain’s Highest Civil Servant Corps of State Economist and Trade Expert
• Double Post-graduate degree in EU legal and economic studies:
– Diplôme d’Etudes Supérieures Universitaires Professionnalisées (DESUP) d’Etudes Juridiques et Economiques de l’Union Européenne, Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne University
– Diploma de Postgrado de Estudios Jurídicos y Económicos de la Unión Europea, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
• Master’s Degree in EU law (Título Propio Jurídico Comunitario), San Pablo CEU University
• Bachelor’s Degree, San Pablo CEU University
• Board Member of ICO
• Board Member of ICEX España Exportación e Inversiones (ICEX)
• Board Member of Hipódromo de la Zarzuela
• Board Member Sociedad Mercantil Estatal de Gestión Inmobiliaria de Patrimonio (SEGIPSA)
• President of the Government of Biscay.
• Degree in Law, Diploma in Economics and Diploma in Administrative and Urban Planning Law from the University of Deusto.
• Graduated in Economics and Business Administration, business section and specialising in finance, from the University of the Basque Country.
• Since 2013, Director of People, Organisations and Institutional Relations at Petronor, S.A.
• 2009-2013 – Managing Director at Zabalgarbi, an urban waste-to-energy company.
• 2005/2009 -Basque Government’s Deputy Minister for Innovation and Energy at its Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism.
• 2001/2005 – Basque Government’s Deputy Minister for Administration and Planning at its Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism.
• 1993/2001 – General Services Director at the Basque Government’s Ministry of Industry and Energy.
• 1986 – Tenured civil servant, of the Basque Government, attached to the Industrial Restructuring Directorate of the Basque Government’s Ministry of Industry and Trade.
• José Ignacio Zudaire has been the Vice-President of the Basque Energy Board (EVE), of Naturgas Energía and of the Basque Business Development Agency (SPRI).
• At different points of his career, he has been a member of the boards of different technology, energy and industrial companies, including Hidrocarburos de Euskadi, Sprilur, Capital Riesgo, Euskaltel, Bilbao Exhibition Center, Sociedad Informática del Gobierno Vasco, IKT Technology Centre and NEIKER Technology Centre.
• Graduated as a Technical Industrial Engineer. Since 2016, Iñigo Ansola Kareaga has been the General Managing Director of the Basque Energy Board (EVE), a company coming under the Basque Government’s Ministry of Economic Development and Infrastructures.
• Up until 2016, in addition to being the Chair of the Lea-Artibai Supramunicipal District, Iñigo was the Water Director and Director of Environmental Infrastructures of Bizkaia Provincial Council and, subsequently, General Manager of URA – the Basque Government’s Basque Water Agency.
• Since 2016, he has been at the EVE Group and has worked in the hydrocarbons, mining and geological resources, energy efficiency, renewable energies, studies, studies, planning and international divisions. He is a member of the Boards of the following companies: EVE, CADEM, BBE, BBG, SOCIEDAD DE HIDROCARBUROS DE EUSKADI, MICRONATUR, BIMEP, IBIL, ENAGAS TRANSPORTE DEL NORTE, ITSAS GAS, CIC ENERGIGUNE, BIOARTIGAS, CLUSTER DE LA ENERGÍA, GECASA, C.H. HARANA-KONTRASTA, TELUR and BEC SOLAR.
Fernando Espiga (Industrial Engineer and Senior Management Program from the Instituto de Empresa Business School) is Head of the TECNALIA Energy Transition strategy. He heads the Business Intelligence & Strategy and the Innovation Policies teams. He was previously the General Manager of the LABEIN technology centre. After the merger that led to the setting up of TECNALIA, he moved to manage the Sustainable Development division where he spearheaded the centre’s activity in the Construction, Energy and Environment sectors. His extensive professional career (30 years) has always been linked to the world of technological R&D.
Mikel Larreina is a Full Professor at the Finance Department and Vice-Dean for International Affairs at Deusto Business School. He has a PhD in Economics (Deusto), a Law Degree (UNED) and graduated in Business Management and Administration (Deusto).
Mikel teaches Financial Institutions and Instruments at degree and post-graduate levels at Deusto Business School and is regularly a visiting professor at different International Business Schools. He has been involved in designing and teaching executive training courses at different financial institutions.
Mikel has published five books on two different themes – the financial system and the economy of the wine growing cluster -, along with over 20 articles in international and national scientific journals.
He has been part of research funded by private and public bodies into the role of the financial regulation in the European Union and on the socio-economic impact of the wine-growing sector.
Chairman of Continental Europe.
Corporate Banking, Capital Markets and Advisory CITI.
Former regional roles at Citi BCMA (2004-ytd):
Previously worked at Goldman Sachs (1995-2002) and Merrill Lynch (2002-2004) Investment Banking Divisions.
Universidad Comercial Deusto – Business Administration.
Ane Miren Tamayo Arbide is a Professor of Accounting at the London School of Economics. She holds a BSc in Business from the Basque Country University, an MSc in International Banking and Finance from Heriot-Watt University, an MPhil in Finance from City University Business School, and an MS in Applied Economics and a PhD in Finance from the University of Rochester.
Her areas of interest include the role of accounting information in capital markets, market efficiency, financial intermediaries, corporate control, and corporate social responsibility. She has published articles on these topics in the leading accounting and finance journals, including the Journal of Accounting Research, the Journal of Finance, the Journal of Financial Economics, Management Science and the Review of Accounting Studies. Ane has won prizes for several of her articles, the latest one being the Standard Life Investments Prize for the Best Paper in the Finance Working Paper Series of the European Corporate Governance Institute.
Prior to joining the London School of Economics, Ane was an Assistant Professor at London Business School. She has also been a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge and a Visiting Professor at the University of Oxford.
At the London School of Economics, Ane teaches financial reporting to MSc students and research topics in accounting and finance to PhD students. She has also taught in several MBA and Executive MBA programmes.
José Manuel Marqués Sevillano is Head of the Financial Innovation Division at the Bank of Spain. His main duties include analysing the main changes in the financial systems and their implications for financial and economic authorities. José Manuel joined the Bank of Spain in 1996 and has held different posts in the Studies Service and in International Affairs, including his position as Head of the International Financial Markets Division. He has written a number of articles on financial markets, financial stability, macro-finance analysis and asset pricing. He has been part of the Spanish team in the G20 Sustainable Finance Study group since it was founded. José Manuel has a Degree in Economics and Business Science from the University of Zaragoza and an MsC in Economics from the Pompeu Fabra University.
MBA (IE Business School, Madrid) with two engineering degrees background executive (IST, Lisbon).
15+ years experience in business planning and development, M&A, investor relations and general management.
Acted as senior executive and project manager in highly diversified strategic projects in the Oil&Gas (from upstream to downstream) and Power industries, as well as in several corporate management assignments.
Since 2015 acts as Galp Energia’s Investor Relations Officer, being responsible for the company’s IR division and a part of the corporate strategy team.
Galp is a fast growing integrated energy company with activities in 11 countries. Headquartered in Portugal, Galp is publicly traded since 2006, with a current market cap over USD 12 bn.
Several times awarded as Best IR professional in Portugal and consistently in the Top3 in the European Oil&Gas sector, leading a high performance top-ranked team in the sector.
Previously to the IRO role, acted as senior advisory for the Company’s top management, lead manager in several M&A projects and Board member of several gas distribution companies.
Arturo graduated in Economics and Business Science from Sarriko, University of the Basque Country, and has an MBA from IESE, University of Navarra.
Arturo joined J.P. Morgan investment bank in London in 1997, a city where he continues to reside. He has worked in different departments at J.P. Morgan, including mergers and acquisitions, leverage finance, securitisation and structure finance.
Iñigo graduated in Business Administration and Management from Deusto Business School, where he specialised in Accounting and Finance. He has a Master’s Degree
in Executive Development (PDD) and is currently qualifying as a CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst).
Iñigos career has mainly been linked to the world of finances and stock markets. After starting out in strategic consultancy, He then specialised in financial analysis at a local broker’s. He is currently the Vidrala Group’s Financial Planning and Investor Relations Officer.
Graduated in Economics and Business Science from the University of Deusto (1986). Master’s Degree in European Economics from the College of Europe in Bruge. Master’s Degree in Advance Management from the University of Deusto. Coopers & Lybrand Consultant in Brussels (until 1989). Commercial and Financial Director at Norbolsa, S.V.B., (until 1998). Deputy General Manager of Bilbao Stock Exchange (until 2003). Financial Director at Bolsas y Mercados Españoles (until 2012). Managing Director of Bolsas y Mercados Españoles (until 2017).
Sara is the Deputy Director of Analysis at Norbolsa, S.V., S.A She graduated in Business Science from Deusto Business School, has a Master’s Degree in Finance from Exeter University and is a CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) from the CFA Institute.
Sara has over 25 years’ experience in business valuation and fundamental analysis both of listed and non-listed companies. She heads and coordinates the Norbolsa Equity Analysis Department. She is a member of the Investment Committee in the Norbolsa Portfolio Management Division. Sara is a member of the Norbolsa working group for the integration of ESG in its analysis department and portofolio management.
Degree in Economics and Applied Economics, University of Zaragoza.
Postgraduate qualification in International Marketing, Mercuria Business School (Helsinki, Finland).
Master of Arts in International Business, University of Central Lancashire (Preston, UK).
Member of the International Corporate Governance Network (ICGN).
Member of the Spanish Institute of Internal Auditors.
Member of the Spanish Institute of Financial Analysts.
Ramón has over 20 years’ experience in corporate responsibility, and above all corporate governance, ethics and integrity, sustainability and non-financial issues relating to securities markets.
Before joining KPMG in 2005 he worked for six years at an institution conducting research into ESG issues at Spanish companies, among which businesses listed on the FTSE4GOOD index.
He has also been a member of the Social Council at INDITEX S.A. and the Global Reporting Initiative, and a member of the Global Compact Executive Committee.
He has led a number of due diligence projects focusing on ethics, integrity and corporate governance for leading Spanish companies operating in the energy and infrastructure sectors.
Since 2005 he has been working on the implementation of ethics and compliance programmes for major Spanish business players.
He has provided strategy and ESG-approach services for Investor Relations departments at a number of blue-chip infrastructure, banking and energy companies.
The following are his latest projects:
He is a regular speaker on these issues at courses and seminars, both in Spain and abroad. He has lectured in microeconomics, and is also a habitual contributor to economic publications, especially the Spanish daily “Cinco Días”, where he has a regular column. He is also the author of the non-fiction book on economic psychology “Capitalist Wolves. Stories of Success and Madness”.
José Luis joined ACCIONA at the beginning of 2019 as Global Director of Sustainability. In addition, he is a member and one of the four rapporteurs – of the Group of Experts in Sustainable Finance of the European Commission.
Previously, during his extensive career he has held positions of responsibility in different companies. The most recent at KPMG where he joined in 2003 to lead the sustainability department in Spain and where he was responsible for the Government, Risks and Compliance departments, until he was elected Global Head of this discipline. Previously, he was Director in the Central Department of the Red Cross, Internal Auditor of the National Westminster Bank and Director in the NatWest Spain, Teneo and Environment Foundations.
José Luis has a degree in Chemistry from the Complutense University of Madrid and an MBA from IE Business School in Madrid and has more than 20 years of experience in management, development and independent review of business responsibilities.
José Luis combines his professional work, teaching in different universities and business schools.
Graduated in Economics and Business Administration from Deusto University. 1988. MSc in Accounting and Finance from the London School of Economics. 1989. Executive MBA from Imperial College. 2003. In 1997, Enrique Sáez started lecturing in Finance at Deusto University, an institution where he is regularly involved in launching new extra-curricular financial training initiatives. Speaker at different finance and investment forums. CEO of Fineco-Private Banking Kutxabank, a bank which became part of Fineco in 1989. His duties have covered market analysis, fund management, construction of optimum portfolios and the use of derivatives as a management tool. His work is currently focused on the search for new techniques that, added to the traditional ones, help to improve the long-term return of the investors: behavioural finance, artificial intelligence, sustainable investments, etc.
Industrial Engineer from the Madrid School of Engineering.
Jose Miguel completed Management Development programmes at ESADE and IESE, and Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Deusto Business School.
He started his professional career as a consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
He is currently the Organisation & Sustainability Director at Enagas where he has headed projects such as the Implementation of the Integrated Reporting Framework
or of the Stakeholder Management Model.
For the last 8 years, Jose Miguel has actively participated in the engagement processes with Investors and Proxy Advisors, mainly through the IR, Corporate Governance and Sustainability Roadshow.
Roberto is the Corporate Social Responsibility Director at the Iberdrola Group. He graduated in Economics and Business Studies and has a Master in Electricity Sector Regulation from Carlos III University, and a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from Commillas-ICADE and Strathclyde Universities.
After a short period working as an auditor at Arthur Andersen, Roberto has spent nearly his whole career at Iberdrola, in areas as diverse as commercial, energy management, investor relations and corporate social responsibility. His current duties include preparing non-financial information, relationship with stakeholders, due diligence systems to respect human rights and ESG planning. Roberto has also been actively involved in developing the green financing instruments issued by the group.
Basque Government’s Minister for the Treasury and Economy.
Graduated in Economics and Business Administration from the University of the Basque Country. Specialised in Urban and Regional Economics, along with Applied Economics and Economic Integration.
Member of the EAJ-PNV Basque Group in the Spanish Parliament and the economics, finances and industry spokesperson of the Parliamentary Group from 2000 to 2016. Basque Government civil servant since 1981 and he joined as a Higher Technician in the Economic Situation Unit of the Economic Studies and Situation Directorate, of the Basque Government’s Ministry of the Economy and Treasury. Pedro also headed the External Sector area and Sectoral Studies.
Pedro Azpiazu was a member of the successive economic teams of José Antonio Ardanza’s governments. In 1987, Azpiazu was appointed as advisor on economic affairs to the Basque Government’s Minister for the Treasury and Finances, first Fernando Spagnolo and then Alfonso Basagoiti. He was subsequently the Director of the Treasury and Finance Programming and, later, Director of the Economy and Planning at the Basque Government’s Ministry for the Economy and the Treasury, under Minister José Luis Larrea. Advisor to the then Deputy Basque Premier, Juan José Ibarretxe. Between 1995 and 2000, he was the Finance and Budget General Manager at Bizkaia Provincial Council.
MARK LEWIS is Global Head of Sustainability Research at BNP Paribas Asset Management, having joined in January 2019. Previously, he was Managing Director and Head of Research at the Carbon Tracker Initiative (April-December 2018), Managing Director and Head of European Utilities Research at Barclays (2015-18), Chief Energy Economist at Kepler Cheuvreux (2014-15), and Managing Director and Global Head of Energy Research at Deutsche Bank (2005-13). He has also been a member of the Financial Stability Board’s Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures since May 2016.
Mark is a UK and French Citizen and holds a BA (First-Class Hons) in Modern Languages and Economics from Sheffield University, an MPhil from Cambridge University, and an MA from London University.
Erika is a commercial lawyer at the Aernnova General Secretariat and is on the Group’s Risk Committee as a compliance officer. She graduated in Law from Deusto University and has an Executive Master’s Degree in Business Law from the Centro de Estudios Garrigues.
Erika has more than 10 years’ experience advising the governing bodies on corporate and contractual matters at Garrigues, Velatia Group and Aernnova Group to ensure proper compliance of applicable legislation and corporate good governance standards, along with developing and implementing the risk prevention management systems.
With an international career at multinational companies with extensive experience in strategic transformation processes, Mari Luz Castilla is a benchmark in the areas of corporate social responsibility, sustainability, non-financial information and ESG (environmental, social and governance) aspects. Graduated in Chemical Sciences from the University of Zaragoza. Post-graduate diploma from IESE and also studied at the Wye College-London University.
Mari Luz started out at Procter & Gamble and has been a PWC Partner, in charge of the Sustainability and Climate Change area. She is currently a PwC Senior Advisor on Sustainability and ESG.
She is a founding member of the Spanish Green Growth Group and is a member of its Management Board as the Technical General Secretary. Founder of the AECA CSR Committee, Mari Luz is on the CSR Committee of the Catalan Institute of Chartered Accountants and on Barcelona City Council’s Citizen Council for Sustainability. She works with Universities and leading forums on ESG and sustainability, and was recently an expert in the think tank on the draft Climate Change and Energy Transition Act. She has been the editor of numerous publications on sustainability, non-financial aspects and ESG, and runs her own blog.
Mari Luz advises Senior Management and the Board on those areas.
Susana is the Director of Corporate Social Responsibility and Compliance at CIE Automotive. She graduated in Economics and Business Administration, specialising in Finance, from Deusto University. Susana started her career as an auditor at PwC. In 1997, she joined Inssec as a controller, where she also worked in areas including financial negotiations, M&A operations or reporting by the Board. She currently performs those same duties in holding companies related to CIE and her main activity is the Director of Corporate Social Responsibility and Compliance at CIE Automotive.
Carlota’s career spans over more than 15 years and focuses on systematic ESG research and data analytics and its application to corporate engagement. She has a particular interest in active ownership and a thematic focus on climate change, corporate tax, extractive industries and responsible marketing.
Carlota has various advisory roles including the Stakeholder Panel at IPIECA, the global oil and gas industry association for environment and social issues; the coordination of CA100+/IIGCC engagement with European oil and gas companies; PRI ESG Engagement Advisory Group; TPI (Transition Pathway Initiative) Technical Advisory Committee and FRC Advisory Group on the future of corporate reporting. Carlota is a board member of the Church Investors Group.
Carlota has an academic background in Civil Engineering and Environmental Economics and has studied the ICSA Advanced Certificate in Corporate Governance.
Pablo is a partner at PwC and in charge of the sustainability, climate change and non-financial information reporting services in Spain. He graduated in Environmental Sciences and has a Diploma in International Business from Berkeley University and an Executive MBA from IESE.
Pablo has over 17 years’ experience in consultancy at Arthur Andersen, G-Advisory and PwC. He has been part of over 200 projects in the government, sustainability strategy and reporting and CSR areas, advising both the public administrations and private companies and investors. Pablo has also taught numerous training courses and conferences on sustainability and CSR at business schools, professional institutes, universities and on Master’s degree courses. He has published over 20 articles on those subjects.
Teresa Ribera was Director of the Paris Sustainable Development Institute. She was Secretary ofState for climate change in Spain’s Government between 2008 and 2011, responsible forenvironment and climate policies as well as the national meteorological agency. In earlier years, she was Director-General for climate (2004-2008) and held different positions in the ministriesof Public Works, Transportation and Environment (1996-2004).
She chairs the Advisory Board of the Momentum for Change UNFCCC Initiative. In January2017 she was appointed by the Swedish Government as a member of the Board of the StockholmEnvironment Institute. She is also a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global AdvisoryCouncil on Climate, and of SDSN’s Global Leadership Council.
Teresa Ribera graduated in Law, holds the diploma in constitutional law and political science ofthe Centro de Estudios Constitucionales (Spain) and belongs to the Cuerpo Superior de Administradores Civiles del Estado. She has been assistant professor in public law in theUniversidad Autónoma de Madrid.
Rev Séamus P. Finn OMI is responsible for the Faith Consistent Investing program for the Oblate Investment Pastoral Trust www.oiptrust.org , represents the Oblates at Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility www.iccr.org where he serves as the board chair. His responsibilities include active engagement as shareholders with individual corporations and participation in various roundtable multi stakeholder discussions that include the banking and mining sectors.
He has also been a member of the Justice/Peace and Integrity of Creation Ministry team of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate since 1986 and is currently Director of the USP OMI JPIC office. www.omiusajpic.org
Oğuzhan Karakaş is a University Senior Lecturer in Finance at the Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS). He is also a Fellow of the Centre for Endowment Asset Management of CJBS, the Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance of CJBS, and the J M Keynes Fellowship in Financial Economics.
Oğuzhan was an Assistant Professor of Finance at the Carroll School of Management at Boston College prior to joining Cambridge Judge Business School. He received his PhD at London Business School, his MSE at Princeton University, and his BS at Middle East Technical University.
Oğuzhan’s research focuses on Corporate Governance (particularly in Ownership and Control), Corporate Social Responsibility, and Private Equity. His research appeared in leading academic journals (Journal of Finance, Review of Financial Studies, and Journal of Financial Economics).
Oğuzhan’s research in Corporate Social Responsibility is awarded with ICPM Research Award, Vice- Chancellor’s Impact Awards of the University of Cambridge, FIR-PRI Finance and Sustainability European Research Award for the best published research article, IRRCi Research Award – Honorable Mention, and Moskowitz Prize for the Best Paper in Socially Responsible Investing.
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