Trained as a financial econometrician, I believe that financial markets, evidence-based research, and innovative ideas are keys to overcoming our world’s challenges. This inspires my work as a consultant and researcher in sustainable finance.
I specialize in sustainability-linked bonds, sovereign ESG, food insecurity, and financial stability. I explore these topics by applying econometrics and machine learning to various datasets, ranging from financial Bloomberg data to geospatial satellite data. I'm passionate about getting the key insights across with visualizations that tell a story.
I've collaborated with international organizations, central banks, global tech companies, major reinsurances, leading investment banks and even a space agency. I have held visiting positions at Columbia Business School and the Dutch Central Bank.
Tinbergen Institute and VU Amsterdam
Supervisors: Iman van Lelyveld and Julia Schaumburg
Dissertation: Empirical Studies on Financial Stability and Natural Capital
Columbia Business School
Host: Paul Glasserman
Tinbergen Institute and University of Amsterdam
Econometrics and Finance tracks
Eberhard-Karls-University Tübingen Exchange Year
The University of Hong Kong