Daniel Klier

Daniel Klier

Group Head of Strategy and Global Head of Sustainable Finance

Daniel is a Young Global Leader at the World Economic Forum, chairs the Sustainable Finance Working Group at the Institute of International Finance (IIF) and is a member of the UK Government Green Finance Task Force and the European Business Leaders’ Council.

Daniel joined HSBC in August 2013 as Group Head of Strategy in London. In his role, he oversees the development of HSBC’s global strategy, allocation of resources, and the implementation of the Group’s strategic projects. Daniel is also responsible for the innovation strategy of HSBC.

Since June 2017, he also leads the Group’s efforts to become a global leader in Sustainable Finance as Global Head of Sustainable Finance. Prior to joining HSBC, Daniel was a Partner at McKinsey & Company where he served financial institutions and private equity firms across Europe and Asia. At McKinsey, Daniel was also member of the global operating committee of the firm’s corporate and investment banking practice.
Daniel holds a PhD from his studies at Columbia University and the University of Dortmund after studying Business Administration at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland and the London School of Economics.

28 November 2018
11:30  -  12:30

Plenary Session:

Central Banks and Supervisors input on greening the financial system

Central Banks and Supervisors play a unique role in the financial system, securing its overall structure and mobilizing capita, on the global as well as the local level. Through the “Network of Central Banks and Supervisors for Greening the Financial System” (NGFS), their collaboration at an international scale is a potent signal for the development of an adequate policy framework for sustainable finance. Which tools can supervisors and regulators use to ease the transition towards a low carbon economy? This session will aim to present the networks’ activities with a high-level analysis of regulators objectives and progresses.

Moderator: Sylvie GOULARD, Deputy-Governor, Banque de France

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