Who we are

We are a public private partnership under the Luxembourg Climate Finance Strategy

The ICFA is a public-private partnership set up in 2018 by 10 private entities of the Luxembourg financial sector as well as the Luxembourg Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of the Environment, Climate and Sustainable Development.

The ICFA is supported by the European Investment Bank.

Find more information in our ICFA Brochure

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Our team

The ICFA is coordinated and managed by Innpact.

Corinne Molitor

Partner ✟ 09.08.20

The whole ICFA team has the great sadness to inform you that our dear colleague Corinne Molitor passed away on Sunday 9 August. Our thoughts are with her family during this difficult time.
You are very welcome to post a public testimony about Corinne or to send us a private testimony (by clicking on the icon below) which will only be shared with Innpact staff and Corinne’s husband and children.
Corinne has an experience of more than 25 years in the financial sector, in particular related to corporate and institutional clients as well as investment funds. Being passionate about impact finance, she has co-developed numerous initiatives to promote the sector. She co-chairs the ALFI Responsible investing committee and sits on the Board of several impact funds, inclusive finance associations as well as the ICFA - International Climate Finance Accelerator Luxembourg.
Corinne holds a Master in Business management and a Bachelor in Law from Universités de Strasbourg, France as well as a Certificate in Corporate Governance from INSEAD, Singapore.
Corinne is in charge of business development, managing the ICFA programme, marketing, IT and facilities.
She loves playing the piano, travelling and jogging.

Sigridur Torfadottir

Head of Fund Management Advisory

Sigridur has more than ten year experience within the financial services sector across areas such as project management, relationship management, corporate finance, equity research, restructuring and product development. She holds a BSc in Mechanical- and Industrial Engineering from the University of Iceland, a certificate in Sustainable Development from the University of Luxembourg and is currently working towards a Master degree in Responsible Management from Steinbeis University in Berlin.

Christelle Champetter


Christelle has more than 10 years of experience within the financial sector, in particular the fund industry, across areas such as impact finance, blended finance structures, risk management, impact management, governance, monitoring and reporting. She holds a Master in Sustainable Development from the CERDI (Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches en Développement International - CNRS), Clermont Ferrand and a Master in commercial and consular sciences from ICHEC, Brussels.
Christelle is in charge of managing the ICFA programme, in particular, the monitoring and follow-up of the applicants of the different cohorts.

Willem Lijnders

Junior Consultant

After graduating from a master’s degree in International Business and Politics from Copenhagen Business School, Willem worked as a Business Analyst at Nordic Impact Funds in Copenhagen, focusing on East African MSMEs, whereafter he joined Innpact as a Junior Fund Manager. During his studies, he developed a strong interest in impact finance and specialized in the field of blended finance for agriculture. This interest led him to join the ICFA. Willem is in charge of managing the ICFA programme, in particular, the monitoring and follow-up of the applicants of the different cohorts.