Pauline Becquey graduated from Sciences Po Bordeaux in 2010. She has been working, from the beginning of her career, in CSR and sustainable finance and has accompanied many financial and non-financial companies on these subjects.
As a consultant and then manager in the sustainability team of a major audit and consulting firm (EY) from 2011 to 2017, she carried out numerous assignments in the financial sector. In particular, she audited the extra-financial and impact reporting of major French banks and the IFC (World Bank Group), accompanied the issuance of Green Bonds, contributed to the development of sectoral investment policies, accompanied the definition of sustainability strategies, etc. Her various missions also allowed her to understand the CSR challenges of non-financial companies.
As Head of sustainable development for the French Federation of Insurance (FFA), from 2017 to 2021, she provided operational support to insurers in their transformation towards sustainable finance. She contributed to the implementation of the monitoring of sustainable finance indicators for the sector and coordinated the work of the insurance industry on the inclusion of climate risks in investment portfolios, the definition of ESG engagement and exclusion policies, and policies relating to coal exit.
She is also co-author of the reference book “CSR in Insurance”.
In July 2021, Pauline became Managing Director of Finance for Tomorrow, the branch of Paris EUROPLACE to make green and sustainable finance a driving force in the development of the Paris financial center and to position it as a hub of reference on these issues.