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Laurence Hulin joins ICFA Luxembourg as Programme Director

By 18th. March 2022May 1st, 2023No Comments

The International Climate Finance Accelerator Luxembourg continues to strengthen its team with the addition of the experienced programme manager and finance professional, Laurence Hulin.

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 Laurence Hulin has joined ICFA as Programme Director on March 15, 2022.

Her new role will consist of managing and developing the accelerator programme, supporting the fund managers, and expanding the programme’s visibility.

Laurence brings more than 20 years’ experience to the team, with 5 years’ experience in managing Luxembourg’s premier acceleration programme for start-ups, and over 15 years in the banking and fund management industry.

“I look forward to develop the ICFA further together with the existing team and contribute with my energy and expertise. I am keen to work with ICFA’s inspiring fund managers and help them launch their climate funds,” said Laurence Hulin.

“Laurence brings a wealth of experience on programme management, event organization, and marketing with a deep understanding of finance and fund regimes”, added Stephan Peters, Chief Executive Officer of the ICFA. “We are lucky that she decided to join our team!”


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.

The ICFA Luxembourg is supported by the European Investment Bank.