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The following INSEAD Students Clubs will be part of the conversation: Environment and Business Club, Student Impact Fund, INDEVOR Club
Our financial values in the face of the climate crisis: a conversation with Mark Carney
With society placing a greater value on resilience and sustainability, more and more countries are recognising that green stimulus is essential.

Building a sustainable future will be capital-intensive after a long period in which there has been too little investment. It's what the world needs for its future. And it’s what we all need right now.

The following INSEAD Students Clubs will take part of the conversation: Environment and Business Club, INDEVOR Club, The INSEAD Student Impact Fund

May 25, 2021 02:00 PM in Paris

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Mark Carney
UN Special Envoy for Climate Action and Finance and Prime Minister Johnson’s Finance Adviser for COP26
Mark Carney is currently the UN Special Envoy for Climate Action and Finance and Prime Minister Johnson’s Finance Adviser for COP26. Mark is a member of the Arnhold Distinguished Fellowship Program Board within Conservation International. He is also an external member of Stripe’s Board, a global technology company building economic infrastructure for the internet. Mark was previously Governor of the Bank of England (from 2013 to 2020), and Governor of the Bank of Canada (from 2008 to 2013). Internationally, Mark was Chair of the Financial Stability Board (from 2011 to 2018), He chaired the Global Economy Meeting and Economic Consultative Committee of the Bank for International Settlements (from 2018-2020) and was First Vice-Chair of the European Systemic Risk Board (from 2013-2020). He is Vice Chair of Brookfield Asset Management and a member of the Global Advisory Board of PIMCO, the Group of Thirty, the Foundation Board of the World Economic Forum, as well as the boards of Bloomberg
Katell Le Goulven
Executive Director @Hoffmann Institute for Business & Society
Katell Le Goulven joined INSEAD in April 2018 as the founding Executive Director of the Hoffmann Global Institute for Business and Society. Previously with UNICEF, she founded a Policy Planning unit to analyze global trends and emerging issues and inform UNICEF’s strategic positioning, and led UNICEF’s corporate engagement with International Financial Institutions. She has held senior positions with high-level commissions that defined the policy implications of the data revolution, climate change, and global public goods for the development agenda. She has over 20 years of professional experience at the interface of research and decision-making designing policies and strategies, and advising senior executives in international organizations and governments. She holds a PhD in agricultural economics, a Msc. in tropical agronomy, and an engineering degree. She lives in Fontainebleau with her husband and three children.
Dean Ilian Mihov
Dean @INSEAD
Professor Ilian Mihov was appointed Dean of INSEAD on 1 October 2013. He is concurrently the Rausing Chaired Professor of Economic and Business Transformation. His expertise is in macroeconomics with a focus on monetary policy, fiscal policy and economic growth. He is a fellow at the Center for Economic Policy Research and vice president of the Asian Bureau of Finance and Economic Research. Currently he is a board member of the Singapore Economic Development Board, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, Singapore American School and other advisory boards. In 2018 he won the UN Women (Singapore Chapter) HeForShe Leader Award for his outstanding service and contributions towards gender equality at INSEAD.