EIB’s energy and climate VPs leave, prompting reshuffle
Two senior officials who have been central to the European Investment Bank’s transition to greener lending and rebranding as the EU’s ‘climate bank’ are leaving, prompting a reshuffle of the management committee.
Andrew McDowell and Emma Navarro are both stepping down.
The management committee is the main body that runs the EIB day to day. It comprises the president, Werner Hoyer, and eight vice-presidents appointed for four year terms by the EIB’s shareholders, the EU member states.Andrew McDowell, who ...