EIB sustainability expert Debora Revoltella speaks at conference

EIB sustainability expert Debora Revoltella speaks at conference

 June 05, 2023

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A career at the European Investment Bank Group (EIB Group) helps accelerate the Green Transition, with women leaders at the Bank often sharing their sustainability expertise at major events.

EIB Group Director of the Economics Department, Debora Revoltella, spoke on a panel at the Green Swan Conference that brought together a wide range of high-calibre policymakers, experts, and practitioners from different sectors to discuss in more detail climate transition and the real economy.

Discussing macroeconomic impacts of transition and physical risks

The Green Swan Conference is a virtual conference co-organized by the Bank for International Settlements, the Central Bank of Chile, the Network for Greening the Financial System, and the South African Reserve Bank.

Debora's panel session focused on the macroeconomic impacts of transition and physical risks from a policy perspective, a topic she discussed with fellow financial experts Ilan Goldfajn from the Inter-American Development Bank; Nicholas Stern from the London School of Economics; and Chair Stephany Griffith-Jones, from the Central Bank of Chile.

Enjoying an impressive leadership career at the EIB Group 

Debora is Director of the Economics Department of the European Investment Bank, serving as Chief Economist.

Since joining the EIB Group, Debora has designed and led the work for flagship publications such as the EIB Investment Report. Debora launched the idea and led the process for the design and implementation of the EIB Investment Survey, a survey covering 12,500 European firms which has become a unique asset in understanding investment dynamics in Europe.

Debora holds a degree in Economics, a Master in Economics from Bocconi University and a PhD in Economics from the University of Ancona, Italy. Debora is member of the Steering Committees of the Vienna Initiative and the CompNet, an alternate member of the Board of the Joint Vienna Institute and a member of the Boards of the SUERF and the Euro 50 Group.

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