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Amel Hanafi joins ICFA Luxembourg as Summer Associate

By 19th. April 2023No Comments

The International Climate Finance Accelerator Luxembourg continues to strengthen its team with the addition of Amel Hanafi.

The International Climate Finance Accelerator Luxembourg (ICFA), the unique platform designed to support impact fund managers in the set-up of their investment vehicles to fight climate change, announced that Amel Hanafi has joined ICFA as a Summer Associate on April 1st, 2023.

In her new role, Amel will support the rest of the team with programme management, marketing and administrative support.

Amel is finishing up her Masters in Finance and Economics degree from the University of Luxembourg, where she specialised in Sustainable Finance. Amel brings 8 years of experience with 6 years’ experience in the banking industry.

“I’m very eager to work and learn from the ICFA team’s expertise, its partners and the fund managers. This ambitious programme provides support and guidance for fund managers from all over the world to help them reduce and prevent the impact of climate change, which is critical as it is affecting every country on every continent” said Amel Hanafi.

About the International Climate Finance Accelerator Luxembourg

The ICFA Luxembourg supports fund managers in their start-up phase who have a strong focus on innovative climate finance investment strategies, high environmental and social impact, and a strategy for scale.

The ICFA Luxembourg is a public-private partnership set up in 2018 by 10 private entities of the Luxembourg financial sector (Arendt & Medernach, Deloitte, Elvinger Hoss Prussen, EY, Innpact, Investing for Development, KPMG, LuxFLAG, PwC, and 4Climate) as well as the Luxembourg Ministry of Finance and the Luxembourg Ministry of the Environment, Climate and Sustainable Development. Since the establishment of the ICFA, TIIME and Opportunity Financial Services have also joined as valuable contributors to the ICFA initiative.

The ICFA Luxembourg is supported by the European Investment Bank and Spuerkeess