Executive Director CCFI, and Professor of Practice, CCMF
Charles joined the Business School as Principal Teaching Fellow after 15 years of finance and policy. Previously Head of Structuring and Valuation for Alternative Energy at BP and an Energy Policy Analyst in the U.S. Government. Graduate of University of Washington, Vanderbilt University, MBA, and IE Business School, D.M., and editor of Renewable Energy Finance: Powering the Future.
Research Director CCFI, and Professor of Finance & Economics
Patrick was Professor of Business at Columbia Business School. His career began at University of California at Berkeley, then Harvard University, L' Ecole Polytechnique, LSE, l'Université Libre de Bruxelles, and Princeton University. A graduate of University of Cambridge and Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, London School of Economics (PhD) and Co-author of, Contract Theory, and Credit Markets for the Poor.
Associate Professor of Finance
Enrico's expertise is in risk analysis and asset-liability management, with a focus on the insurance and investment management sectors, and predictive analytics and risk management tools. Collaborations with financial institutions include the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, and Enrico has won awards for modelling and hedging of large risks. Formerly at Georgia State University, Nanyang Business School and Bocconi Milan, and a fellow of the Pensions Institute and MRIC.
Dalia worked in market risk consulting to institutional asset managers, PWOs and hedge funds advising on risk management, analysis, attribution and reporting for portfolio strategies and managed the development of historical scenario analyses. Dalia is also the founder and CEO of an award-wining creative arts business. Graduate of Imperial, MSc, and University of Bristol, BSc Physics.
Milica was a Director and Portfolio Manager in the Multi-Asset Strategies team at BlackRock. Previously, a Portfolio Manager on J.P. Morgan's CIO team, and multi-manager for US and Japan equity funds at Barclays, and AllianceBernstein in the US. Graduate of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, MBA and Austin College, BA.
Professor of Finance
Marcin's research interests are investments, information economics, climate risk, financial intermediation, and artificial intelligence, including the pricing of carbon risk, incentives to divest carbon-intensive assets, global regulation and technological changes. An associate at the Centre for Economic Policy Research, Editor of the Review of Finance, and others, research advisor to the ECB.
Alex works with both CCFI and the Grantham Institute for Climate Change and the Environment. His research on long-term scenarios of socio-environmental change, focuses on the energy-land-climate nexus. His work into policy objectives spanning energy use, climate action, agriculture, and conservation uses energy systems and land use models at national to global scales. Previously at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Principal Research Fellow
Anastasiya worked for 10 years as a credit trader at a global investment bank on structured credit products, index ETF, bonds and CDS developing expertise in financial markets and risk management. She worked on green bond market research with Climate Bonds Initiative, and led an ESG portfolio review for a wealth management. Graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, PhD.
Senior Executive Fellow
Raúl has 20+ years experience in banking and multilateral development institutions, on risk management, capital requirements and public-private sector interaction. Now a Senior Advisor for Orchard Global AM previously Senior Banker for Energy at EBRD, and Global Head of Multilateral Development Banks at BBVA. Graduate of Universidad Politécnica, and Universidad Autónoma, Madrid.
Honorary Research Fellow
Bob retired from a 30-year career focused on bond markets as a corporate bond analyst. He worked at a major rating agency, asset manager, hedge fund, Citigroup (MD), and at Societe Generale. He has published ESG and climate-related reports and written on environmental risks for years, including Moody’s first report in 1991. Graduate of Ithaca College, and Brown University (PhD).
Honorary Research Fellow
Dr Chris Cormack collaborates on research with the CCFI and is co-founder and Managing Director of Quant Foundry, as Head Quant he runs the research team for climate change modelling and artificial intelligence. Chris was a lecturer in physics at Queen Mary University and holds a PhD in particle physics from Liverpool and a master’s in mathematical finance from Oxford.
Grantham Institute Green Finance Research Fellow
Dr Gaurav Ganguly has been named the Green Finance Research Fellow at the Grantham Institute at Imperial College London and will be working on joint research with the CCFI. Gaurav has been Head of Group Risk Economics at HSBC for the past 5 years.
Honorary Research Fellow
Gireesh Shrimali is the Director of CPI’s India program, and a Fellow at the Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance at Stanford University. Working to reduce barriers to increase investment for India’s renewable energy targets. Graduate of Stanford University, PhD, University of Minnesota, MS, and Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), B.Tech.