Ms. Charlotte Gardes-Landolfini works in the Climate Finance Policy Unit, in the Monetary and Capital Markets Department of the International Monetary Fund. She engages in policy, research, and surveillance work, focusing on emerging markets and developing economies. She is particularly involved in policy and technical assistance work on the climate information architecture and climate-related financial regulation, in contributing to the operationalization of the Resilience and Sustainability Facility in program countries, and in climate risk analysis and scenario design.
Prior to joining the Fund, Charlotte worked in the French Treasury Department as a Deputy Head of Unit in charge of sustainable finance and climate risk, where she negotiated and drafted numerous European Union and French regulations in this area and participated to France’s first climate stress-test exercise. She started her career in the International Regulatory Policy Department of the French Securities Markets Authority.
Charlotte has published a variety of articles on climate finance, and has held various teaching positions in Master’s programs in Paris, France, and the United States, including in environmental and development economics. She co-founded a Master’s degree semester-long course in Sciences Po Paris on the just ecological transition. She is a member of several climate-related research groups and committees and is currently a PhD candidate in law and economics in Université Paris II Pantheon-Assas.
Charlotte is fluent in English, French, Spanish, and Italian. She holds a M.Sc. in International Macroeconomics from Sciences Po Paris, a MA in financial and corporate law from the Sorbonne Law School, and a M.Sc. in Law and Economics from Université Paris II Pantheon-Assas.