Technology, policy and capital are the they keys to achieve a transition to a low carbon economy. But both business leaders, policy makers and investors are facing increasing short term pressure. These pressures often materialize in impatient capital leading to a bad capital allocation (fossil fuels, derivatives, etc.). How could we encourage patient capital to rebalance financial markets? Are there accounting norms, prudential regulation and asset classes avenues we could explore to achieve this objective?
Combining expertise in finance with strong strategic focus, Djellil Bouzidi executed and managed several assignments for leading investment banks and asset managers in Europe. Before creating Emena Advisory, a consulting firm, he also worked as a senior manager in charge of new products within a large investment bank.
Specialized in capital markets, green finance and industrial economics, he wrote several papers and gave lectures on those topics in several journals and universities. He recently co-wrote a book on green financial innovation with Pr. Michael Mainelli recommending the launch of a new asset class. He also contributed to the first report on positive economy submitted to the French President.
A graduate from Catholic University of Leuven and Paris Dauphine University; Abdeldjellil received his Ph.D. in industrial economics from Paris Sorbonne University and completed several executive education programs at IMD Lausanne and London Business School. Abdeldjellil is also a member of the French Official Statistical Authority (Autorité de la Statistique Publique), of several leading think tanks and associate researcher at Sorbonne Paris Cite.
Djellil's recent co-authored report on green financial innovation can be found here.
Monday, 18 January 2021
10:00 - 10:45 GMT
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