- Online event C. Gardes: The European way of “greening” the financial system: EU sustainable finance regulatory policyThu, Jul 01Free online eventJul 01, 12:15 PM – 1:15 PM GMT+2Free online eventThe EU Sustainable Finance agenda is built around realigning financial flows towards the low-carbon transition, with a key role of the Taxonomy, and managing and mitigating climate and biodiversity-related financial risks. What are the regulatory and supervisory tools under development?
IFIS is delighted to welcome Charlotte GARDES, Deputy Head of Unit in the Economic Financing Department of the French Treasury, on
July 1, 2021, for a talk on
"The European way of “greening” the financial system: EU sustainable finance regulatory policy"
About Charlotte Gardes
Charlotte Gardes is Deputy Head of Unit in the Economic Financing Department of the French Treasury. She is in charge of sustainable finance and climate risk for financial institutions, as well as the rapporteur for the “Cambourg task force” on extra-financial corporate information. She started her career in 2017 in the Regulatory and International Affairs Department of the French Securities Markets Authority, where she dealt with international regulatory policy and U.S regulatory developments. Charlotte is currently pursuing a doctoral thesis in economics on climate risk, following studies at Sciences Po Paris, Paris II-Assas and Paris I-Sorbonne in international economics, financial economics and business law. She is also currently teaching environmental and development economics at Sciences Po Paris and the Sorbonne, and is a member of several research groups on climate risk and related sustainable finance topics.
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