Sustainable Markets

Championing Sustainable Markets

His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, with the support of the World Economic Forum, established the Sustainable Markets Council in September 2019. The Council was established as an advisory body of public-private-philanthropic leaders with a clear commitment to sustainability. It aims to demonstrate the potential of sustainable market creation.

Sustainable Markets are designed with the intent to ensure the economy operates in favour of people and planet while contributing to growth and prosperity. The Prince of Wales’s role is to help convene, advise and champion the work of the Council while also showcasing global best practice and responding to expressions of interest related to sustainable market creation.

Members of the Sustainable Markets Council

Caroline Anstey

Senior Advisor
Sustainable Markets

Senior Advisor
Inter-American Development Bank

Thierry Déau

Chairman and C.E.O.

Frank Elderson

Executive director
De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB)

Central Banks and Supervisors Network for Greening of the Financial System

Gregory J. Fleming

President & Chief Executive Officer
Rockefeller Capital Management

Oliver Gregson

Head of Private Bank UK & Ireland

André Hoffmann

Roche Holding

John Holland-Kaye

Heathrow Airport

Uday Khemka

SUN Group of Companies

Pawel Kisielewski

CCM Technologies

Joan Larrea

Chief Executive Officer

Noel Quinn

Group Executive Officer

Brian Moynihan

Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer
Bank of America

Pascal Soriot

Executive Director
and Chief Executive Officer

Feike Sybesma

CEO and Chairman of the Board

Bill Thomas

Global Chairman and CEO
KPMG International

Dominic Kailashnath Waughray

Managing Director
World Economic Forum

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