InFiNe.lu grantees (cohort March 2021) are known. Congratulations to Julien Froumouth, ABBL and Paul Weber, Luxembourg Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs – Directorate Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Affairs.
Julien Froumouth has been awarded an InFiNe.lu grant to follow the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management Training “Certified Expert in Sustainable Finance”.
As Sustainable Finance Adviser within ABBL, Julien is in charge of supporting ABBL members in achieving their transition to a sustainable finance approach, adpting to new regulatory requirements and deploying solutions across sustainable investment, financing and advisory activities.
Julien began his career in Luxembourg in 2006 with Deloitte, where he managed a range of large advisory and implementation projects for different financial institutions. He joined the Luxembourg Stock Exchange in 2015 as Head of Business Project Management, where he specifically contributed to the launch of the Luxembourg Green Exchange. In 2019, he joined Credit Suisse (Luxembourg) S.A. as Head of Regulatory Projects.
Julien has a Master’s degree from Toulouse Business School (France). Julien has followed professional training in Project and Change Management and he’s certified in responsible investing by PRI (Principles for Responsible Investment).
Paul Weber has been awarded an InFiNe.lu grant to participate in the Frankfurt School Inclusive Finance Summer Academy. He joined the Luxembourg Development Cooperation as an Attaché thématique in June 2020 and specialises in inclusive finance, Digital for Development and private sector engagement.
Prior to this assignment, Paul acted as Chargé de Mission in the Directorate of European affairs and international economic relations, where he worked in the unit responsible for the Benelux Union and the bilateral relations with the neighboring countries. He did monitor and contribute to analysis and reporting on the overall situation and development and did contribute to managing relations with a country and/or horizontal, sectoral or thematic issues.
In his current position, he is focusing on creating evidence, strategizing, and effectively supervising programmes in the areas of financial inclusion, private sector engagement and development.
Paul Weber is a qualified sociologist and political scientist and holds a Master degree from the RWTH Aachen University and a bachelor’s degree from the Universität zu Köln.
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