Tatiana Bosteels, is a Senior Sector Economist at the European Investment Bank (EIB). Focused on Energy Transition Programmes within the EIB project directorate, her role is to provide advice to the Bank’s decision makers on sector policies, and on the quality and risks of projects. She advises promoters on project development and is involved in policy formulation to respond to EU priorities.
Previously she was Director Responsibility and Head of Responsible Property Investment for eleven years at Hermes Investment Management a leader in responsible investment. She developed and supported a sector-leading programme of ESG integration and the development of Hermes carbon risk strategy.
Beforehand while at the London Climate Change Agency, Tatiana developed innovative sustainability programmes through public private partnerships. Her previous work covered UK and international climate change policy, carbon markets and instruments, and third party energy efficiency financing.
In the last 20 years she has been an active contributor to public policy and sector engagement in responsible and climate finance and sustainable real estate. Currently she is a Board member of the Building Performance Institute Europe (BPIE) and in the Steering Group of the Energy Efficiency Finance Institution Group (EEFIG).
She holds an MSc in Environmental Management from Imperial College UK, an MSc in Mechanical Engineering from UCL Leuven Belgium, she is an alumni of the LSE Development Institute and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.