Members of the Environment label eligibility committee (ELEC)

Andreas Drossel

Andreas works as Director, in PwC Luxembourg. He has more than 15 years experience within the banking business, thereof nearly 12 years in both internal and external auditing of financial institutions, with a focus on credit institutions, as well as in Asset Management. Andreas is also in charge for the legal audit of investment funds, mainly specialized within the area of impact investing/SRI/microfinance.

Andreas holds the qualification as certified public auditor in Germany(Wirtschaftsprüfer) and Réviseur d’Entreprises in Luxembourg and he disposes of a strong expertise in accounting for banks (IFRS, LuxGAAP, german GAAP) and is a specialist for banking regulatory. Due to his experience on banking audits, he has a deep knowledge on the prudential reporting for banks (FinREP and COREP) as well as of the International Standards on Auditing (ISA) and US GAAS.

Prof Dr Hakan Lucius
Hakan Lucius

Prof Dr Hakan Lucius is Head of Corporate Responsibility at the EIB, the European Union’s bank, covering sustainability and stakeholder engagement dimensions of the institution. The EIB evaluates all the investment projects it finances with regard to their sustainability credentials. Dr Lucius possesses more than 20 years of sustainability experience. In his career he has structured multiple billions of euros of investments, through both, loans and equity, was quoted by the Financial Times and by Reuters, has led multinational teams and negotiated with governments, corporate and civil society organizations, alike. Academically, he received a Ph.D. with distinctions in industrial economics, an MBA from INSEAD, France, and an MSc in Engineering from Vienna Technical University, where he graduated as the youngest student of his faculty.

Hakan Lucius is Professor of Finance in parallel to his professional career at the EIB, and specializes in sustainable finance. He has developed masters classes in sustainable finance, which he teaches at SciencesPo in France, the Frankfurt School of Finance in Germany and the Welch College of Business in Luxembourg. He has lectured in Europe and the US and is an internationally acclaimed speaker, having presented in conferences in over 14 countries globally. He was awarded Best Lecturer, Master of Development Finance, by Frankfurt School and by the by Welch MBA, Luxembourg and has published articles in multiple languages.


Henrik Malmsten
Henrik Malmsten

Henrik is founder of Durable Vision Invest focusing on cleantech and SRI issues within the financial market. He held senior fund manager positions in different asset management teams and sits in the board of several funds. In 2008, Henrik became Chairman of Swesif, Sweden's Sustainable Investment Forum. In 2006, Henrik founded Blue Engine, the first Swedish based fund capturing the growth in the global equity renewable energy market as well as direct investments.

Henrik holds a degree from the School of Economics and Commercial Law in Stockholm.

Sigridur Torfadottir
Sigridur Torfadottir

Sigridur Torfadottir is a senior team member of Innpact Sarl since October 2013, responsible for providing general secretary and management support to structured funds investing in energy efficiency and renewable energy, agriculture and municipal infrastructure.

Sigridur has more than 15 years of experience in 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 and is currently working towards a Master degree in Responsible Management with Steinbeis University in Berlin."