Investment Committee

The Investment Committee consists of representatives of Investors in FCCF, independent sector experts and Directors of the Fund. Its mission is to take decisions relating to the acquisition and disposal of investments as well as all other decisions relating to the management of the Sub-Fund’s portfolio, on the basis of a proposal by the Investment Adviser.

Peter Carter

Peter Carter

Chairman – Committee Governance & Fiduciary Standards

Former EIB Chief Environmentalist and Chair Accreditation Panel of the Green Climate Fund

Georges Gehl

ESG Standards

Attaché, Ministry of the Environment

Renaud Durand

Renaud Durand

Finance

Chief Investment Officer at Foyer Group

Jennifer de Nijs

Jennifer de Nijs

Climate Finance & Gender

Adviser on Sustainable Finance at Ministry of Finance, Luxembourg

Marcos Saldaña

Marcos Saldaña

Finance & Structuring

Former structured and project finance expert at BBVA, Madrid

Frank Wolter

Frank Wolter

Forestry

Frank Wolter has been the Director of the Nature and Forest Administration for over 9 years. He was previously Deputy Director there and started in the administration in 1991 as an engineer.

Patrick Losch

Patrick Losch

Patrick is an independent investor and a forester. He is socially and environmentally committed to Luxembourg NGOs as a director in the respective boards.

Monica Tiuba

Monica Tiuba

Monica is an independent director.

Kaspar Wansleben

Kaspar Wansleben

Executive Director

Kaspar Wansleben is the Managing Director of Investing for Development, the asset management structure of the Forestry and Climate Change Fund. Kaspar has a strong background in development finance and microfinance in particular where he worked at the International Labour Organisation (2002) and at PlanetRating (2004) and as fund manager of the Luxembourg Microfinance and Development Fund since 2009.

Kaspar’s background is in finance and he is a chartered accountant of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales. He worked for KPMG for 5 years. Kaspar is a visiting lecturer at the University of Luxembourg on social entrepreneurship and is an board member of the International Climate Finance Initiative Luxembourg.