Management2019-01-10T10:43:35+00:00

Management

Kristina Jeromin
Kristina Jeromin
Kristina Jeromin joined Deutsche Börse Group in 2009 and was initially responsible for the internal and external communication of the Group-wide sustainability strategy. Since 2015, she is responsible as Head of Group Sustainability for group-wide sustainability management, covering the company’s roles as an international capital market organiser, DAX-listed company and member of society. Kristina is one of the Initiators of the Hub for Sustainable Finance Germany and member of the board at econsense. Since May 2018 she is Managing Director of the Green and Sustainable Finance Cluster Germany.
Karsten Löffler
Karsten Löffler
Next to his role as Managing Director of the Green and Sustainable Finance Cluster Germany (GSFCG), Karsten Löffler is Co-Head of the Frankfurt School – UNEP Collaborating Centre for Climate & Sustainable Energy Finance (the Centre) at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management. In his role as Co-Head of the Centre, Mr. Löffler has overall responsibility for all international Frankfurt School consultancy projects in the area of climate and sustainable energy finance. Mr. Löffler combines the private sector finance perspective with a deep understanding of the global political agenda and the role of the public sector.
Before joining the Centre Mr. Löffler worked for Allianz Group for 28 years, including Dresdner Bank, Allianz Global Investors and Allianz Climate Solutions, where he was tasked to advance the Group in light of climate change across its business lines. His focus was on integrating climate change considerations into the Group’s DNA, in particular working with the investment and asset management arms to increase transparency and to include climate risks into investment decision making. In insurance he worked on increasing Allianz’ role in providing natural catastrophe cover in developing countries.
Mr. Löffler is a certified international investment analyst and member of the German Wissenschaftsplattform Nachhaltigkeit 2030. Representing Allianz he was inter alia chairing UNEP FI’s climate change advisory group, was on the management board of ClimateWise, member of the Geneva Association’s extreme events and climate risk working group, and advisor to the Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance. He chaired as well the advisory committee to the Allianz Renewable Energy Fund II. Since June 2018, he also represents GSFCG in the EU Commission’s Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance.

„In order to stop climate change – the effects of which have long since been noticeable – enormous investments are needed. This is why we are embracing the idea of private capital also being invested according to the principles of sustainability. The Cluster aims at further promoting this movement.”

Hessischer Wirtschaftsminister, Tarek Al-Wazir