Dogniez elected Eurosif chair

Follows Will Oulton’s decision to step down from the role

Nathalie Dogniez


Michael Nelson

Eurosif members have elected Nathalie Dogniez as its chair, following Will Oulton’s decision to step down from the role after more than eight years.

Originally appointed as an independent director of the board at the start of 2024, Dogniez was first appointed as a director in a dedicated seat for the chair by Eurosif’s membership at its general assembly on 11 April, subsequently being confirmed as chair of the board for a three-year term.

Commenting on her election as Eurosif chair, Dogniez said: “I feel privileged and honoured to have been appointed as Eurosif chair and I am looking forward to working with the rest of the Eurosif board, as well as the organisation’s dynamic team and membership to advocate for the continued development and advancement of the sustainable finance landscape in Europe.”

Aleksandra Palinska, Eurosif executive director, added: “In this crucial next stage for the sustainable finance landscape, I am delighted that Eurosif will benefit from having Nathalie as its chair. Nathalie is a consummate professional with a real wealth of experience to bring to the role and I am looking forward to working with her closely and supporting the board as we continue to deliver on the organisation’s mission to promote sustainable finance at the European level.”

Dogniez has worked at KPMG and PwC Luxembourg as partner in the past as well as an ESG adviser.

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