“The earlier we act, the better we will fare. In investors’ terms: by acting now, we will reduce downside risks in the future.”

Sabine Mauderer, Executive Board Member, Deutsche Bundesbank, and Chair of the ‘Scaling up Green Finance’ workstream, NGFS

“We look forward to continuing to engage with OMFIF to address the important issue of sustainable finance data”.

Fabio Natalucci, Deputy Director of the Monetary and Capital Markets Department, International Monetary Fund

Sustainable Policy Institute is a high-level community to meet the policy, regulatory and investment challenges posed by environmental, social and governance themes. In creating this Institute, OMFIF is deploying the ideal format to inform and support the transfer of information and ideas through thematic research and exclusive meetings.

Membership of the Sustainable Policy Institute offers insight through Analysis and Meetings, drawn from the expertise of OMFIF’s in-house specialists and global network of public and private sector members. The Institute publishes regular data, updates members on new developments and innovations and convenes exclusive discussions in a variety of formats to help shape the sustainable agenda.

Meetings

Meetings are geared primarily to SPI members and are subject to the OMFIF Rules. Roundtables are interactive and off-the-record discussions with 1 or 2 principal speakers and 20 participants. Seminars are half-day or full day off-the-record meetings often held on the premises of central banks and other official institutions. Lectures, launches and panel discussions are usually on-the-record with keynote presentations, Q&As and occasional social receptions.

Analysis

The key focus of SPI is on three themes: sustainability risks in supervision and regulation, scaling up sustainable capital markets and practical considerations of ESG such as data, governance and investment strategies.

Podcasts

The Sustainable Policy Institute releases regular podcasts that can be followed on iTunes and Spotify and listened to below.

Membership

Membership of the Sustainable Policy Institute includes the following benefits:

Members

SPI members include central banks, sovereign funds, pension funds, insurance companies, commercial banks, asset managers, consultancies and data providers.

Membership

Membership deliverables vary and can align with members’ objectives and priorities. These mainly include:

  • attendance of SPI meetings, including exclusive roundtable discussions, seminars, lectures, launches and panel discussions
  • attendance and active participation at the annual SPI symposium
  • attendance of private SPI briefing sessions to hear and discuss the latest ESG focused intelligence behind the headlines
  • receipt of SPI analysis, including daily Commentaries, bi-monthly SPI Journals and thematic research papers
  • opportunity to contribute to SPI research material and collaborate on joint research papers
  • opportunity to speak at SPI meetings or co-host a joint meeting

For membership enquiries, please contact Mingiyan.Shalkhakov@omfif.org

Team

Danae Kyriakopoulou
Chief Economist and Director of Research at OMFIF
As OMFIF’s Chief Economist, Danae Kyriakopoulou provides intellectual leadership and direction to the organisation’s economic research agenda. Her role involves undertaking and presenting her own research, representing OMFIF and its members at external policy and academic conferences and seminars, publishing in in-house and external publications and the media, and maintaining strong links between OMFIF and its Advisers Network. Her team ensures that OMFIF’s economic research agenda continues to put the organisation at the forefront of understanding the economic and strategic issues facing Global Public Investors.

Prior to joining OMFIF she was Managing Economist at the Centre for Economics and Business Research where she led the organisation’s global research. She has also served as Economic Adviser to the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales for the regions of sub-Saharan Africa and Greater China and has worked at the Research Department of the Bank of Greece.

She holds a BA in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics from Brasenose College, Oxford, and an MSc in Economics for Development from the Oxford Department for International Development. She is fluent in German, Greek and Spanish.

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