Exploring the role of financial institutions in the low carbon transition and the implications for financial stability



Matteo Gasparini is a DPhil student at Oxford University's Smith School of Enterprise and Environment (SSEE) and Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET), as well as an External Advisor to McKinsey & Co. He works at the intersection between economics, finance and sustainability focusing on the impact of climate change risk and the energy zero transition on financial institutions and the broader financial stability. His research also focuses on how finance could support the energy transition and on assessing the policy implications for financial regulators and central banks. Previously, Matteo was an Associate at McKinsey & Co based in London where he supported leading financial institutions across Europe on climate, risk, strategy and analytics projects. He has also supported the European Central Bank (ECB) on various supervisory projects. Matteo holds an MSc in Financial Markets and Investment from Skema Business School in Paris, an MSc in Economics and Finance from the University of Milan-Bicocca, and a BSc in Economics from the University of Brescia.

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