If Canada’s influential “Big Six” banks are any indicator, climate ambition among the Canadian financial sector is rapidly evolving—following similar trends in the United States and, before that, in Europe. Between TD Bank Group, Royal Bank of Canada, Scotiabank, Bank of Montreal, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, and National Bank…
Lindsey is a former Senior Associate with the Climate-Aligned Industries team and Lead on Global Frameworks for Financial Institutions for RMI’s Center for Climate-Aligned Finance. Her work focused on climate alignment in the financial sector and the development of robust, global, climate alignment frameworks for financial institutions.
Prior to joining RMI, Lindsey worked at the United Nations Industrial Development Organization in Vienna, Austria, supporting the organization’s Regional Development Program for Eastern Europe and Central Asia. In this role, Lindsey helped design sustainable industrial development programs for countries within the region.
Lindsey’s background is in financial services where she spent four years at Goldman Sachs and four years at S&P Global. During her time at Goldman Sachs, Lindsey managed a portfolio of institutional investment management client relationships. While at S&P Global, her work focused on delivering market data, research and technical solutions for lending and investment decision making to commercial and investment banks.
MPP, University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy
BSc, Economics, Arizona State University
BSc, Finance, Arizona State University