Head of Climate Strategy
Bank of England, UK
Theresa heads up the Bank of England’s Climate Hub, which leads the Bank’s policy response to the financial risks from climate change. This includes incorporating climate risks into the Bank’s supervisory approach, stress testing the UK financial system to the risks from climate change, as well as embedding climate risks into macroeconomic analysis. Internationally, the team contributes to a number of initiatives, such as the central bank and supervisors Network for Greening the Financial System, where Theresa leads the work developing reference scenarios. Previously she worked as a macroeconomist in different areas of the Bank, as well as the British Embassy in Washington DC. She holds a MSc in Economics from Universiteit Maastricht.
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