Yodaly Sierra-Rubio, Business Development Manager for Energy & Sustainability, CBRE
Business Manager, Master in Finance & international business -Distinction- and Master In Energy and Economics – Distinction – from City University of London, 4 years in the energy industry (Oil and Coal mining upstream sector) and 3 on the financial sector (International conglomerate risk management). Current Business Development Manager for EMEA at CBRE UK as main Energy Finance solutions contact. Current Vice – Chair for the YPN Energy Institute and UKAEE director.
Speaker at the European Commission Energy Sustainability Week 2015, Energy Systems Conference from Elsevier and the Energy Institute, ESTA with energy finance solutions, All-Energy exhibition 2016 and COP21.
Guest Lecturer at City University of London in Energy Markets, Renewable Technologies and Energy Finance.See all Speakers
Session 4: The financial world’s view of the environmental sector
Finance is the lifeblood of any business, and with a recent Boston Consulting survey showing that 75% of senior fund managers see sustainability as a significant factor in judging investment strategy, environmental firms should be well placed to source funding. This session discussed how financiers view environmental firms and the types of financing available.
Why Industry Leaders Supported This EventSee all Reviews
The EIC Annual Conference is an opportunity for cross party political leaders, industry clients and environmental experts to come together, learn and network.
Mark Watts, Executive Director, C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group
With the growing value of the environmental sector it is very important to nurture and grow the green economy. This event is an important initiative in making this happen.
Julia Groves, CEO, Trillion Fund
"The EIC has a strong position as the voice of the industry and the conference will be an ideal opportunity to engage with experts in environmental services and policy makers."
Peter Atchison, Managing Director, PAGeotechnical
"We attend the conference to ensure our level of intelligence on the environmental industry is current and relevant across a wide set of dimensions; Brexit, market growth drivers, financing structures, regulatory policy and business sentiment."
Mark Wilson, Partner, Catalyst Corporate Finance
“The EIC Conference gives attendees the opportunity to network with peers, encounter new suppliers or customers and discuss the biggest topics that affect our industry today and in the future.”
Dan Williams, Deputy Account Manager, Johnson Matthey
"Post-Brexit’s impact on the UK environment sector is one of this year’s core topics. The sector needs a coherent strategy to manage its impact. The conference is an invaluable forum for all delegates, including us, to share our collective expertise on innovations, challenges and opportunities on this important issue."
Michael Rudd, Co-head of International Energy Management , Bird + Bird
"This year is likely to be particularly valuable as the EIC will have a pivotal role in relation to ensuring that Environmental issues are given their due importance in the post – BREXIT world we are entering."
Paul Gosling, Independent Consultant, Former Managing Director - Allen + York
"I'm delighted to be speaking at the EIC Conference this year. It's a great opportunity for people to network, to discuss issues of interest to the sector and share experiences."
Liz Goodwin, Former Chief Executive, WRAP