What we do
The Finance Dialogue was launched in the wake of the successful Paris agreement and its ambitious commitment to keeping the global temperature rise well below 2 degrees Celsius (WB2C). In order to achieve this goal, global emissions need to peak by 2020.
The Finance Dialogue seeks to support this energy transition by catalysing a substantial redirection of capital into the low carbon economy. For this purpose we work with investors, financial experts, NGOs and philanthropists to deliver an integrated strategy.
Who we are
We are a team of highly motivated and driven professionals committed to our cause
Kelly Clark is the Director of the Finance Dialogue. In this capacity she works with investors, financial experts, NGOs and philanthropists to determine and deliver the Finance Dialogue’s strategy.
Previously, Kelly spent 10 years as a banker in the US, London and Hong Kong, culminating in her role as the Head of South East Asian Private Banking for UBS out of Hong Kong.
Finance and Economics Lead
Joel Kenrick leads our analytical work on Finance and Economics. He joined us from The Boston Consulting Group where he was a strategy consultant primarily in the oil & gas, electricity, insurance and consumer healthcare sectors. He is the author of the Chronicle, a newsletter and blog hosted on this website.
Joel previously served as Special Adviser to the UK Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change from 2010-12, Head of Public Affairs at WWF-UK, and as a climate change policy adviser to the Confederation of British Industry and the Nigeria Infrastructure Advisory Facility.
Emily worked as part of a small secretariat to support the establishment of the Finance Dialogue from its incubation in June 2015 to its formal hosting by ECF in September 2016.
She has experience working in central government, having spent just under a year working as a project coordinator at Defra, and working for a boutique management consultancy which specialises in central government transformation. Roles in the not-for-profit sector include the British Museum, food waste charity FoodCycle, and health research group Healark.
Remo joined the Finance Dialogue to manage and lead our communications strategy. He previously worked for four years as a financial news editor with AWP Finanznachrichten, a leading Swiss business news agency, in the Impact Research department of Globalance Bank, and in the Education Economics group of ETH Zurich’s KOF Swiss Economic Institute.
Remo also co-founded “Zum guten Heinrich” a start-up social enterprise aiming to combat food waste and now employs nine staff in Zurich.
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