Tatiana Bosteels

Lack of deal flow between project developers and financiers is a persisting barrier to achieving a zero-carbon building stock and market growth. BPIE is at the forefront of this challenge, providing insights on business models and market-based tools that can increase the bankability of EE upgrades to investors.

Tatiana Bosteels is Senior economist at the European Investment Bank (EIB), focused on Energy Transition Programs within the Project Directorate. The Project Directorate’s mission is to provide advice to the Bank’s decision makers on sector policies, potential sector issues and on the quality and risks of projects. It also plays an important role in advising promoters on the development and implementation of projects. It is involved in policy formulation for the Bank to respond to EU priorities.

From 2008 to 2020, Tatiana led integration of responsible investment and impact investing across private markets, including real estate, infrastructure, and private equity, at Hermes Investment Management. She also led Hermes’ carbon risk management strategy integration across asset classes, and had a lead role in delivering Hermes’ advocacy programme, challenging the investment industry to focus on sustainable finance, addressing a just climate transition, positive impact finance, energy efficiency and integrating “ESG” and “long-term” in fiduciary duty definitions.

Tatiana is the chair of the UNEP Finance Initiative Investment Committee and Board Member of the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC). Tatiana holds an MSc in Environmental Management from Imperial College London, an MSc in Mechanical Engineering from UCL Leuven Belgium and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

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