Cyrille Arnould became Head of the Global Energy Efficiency Renewable Energy Fund team in 2009.
Previously, he was a Senior Officer in the Africa Caribbean and Pacific department where he oversaw the development of private equity and microfinance portfolios. Prior to joining the EIB, in November 2003, Cyrille was a Senior Investment Officer at the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation’s (IFC) SME department, which he joined after four years with IFC’s Financial Markets Group, Sub-Saharan Africa Department. He was previously IFC's Senior Investment Officer based in Russia. Before joining IFC, Cyrille worked in Russia for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), first as Investment Manager for Smolensk Regional Venture Fund and then as Principal Banker in Moscow.
Cyrille holds a Diploma from the Political Science Institute and a Master's in Law both from the University of Strasbourg and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
04 Jun 2018
Read session notes here. Session Description Asia is considered to be one of the most threatened and vulnerable regions to the impacts of climate change, is possibly the least prepared and least able to cope compared to OECD countries. Yet,…Read More