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Call for candidates: renewal of the members of the Climate and Sustainable Finance Commission
15 September 2022

Call for candidates: renewal of the members of the Climate and Sustainable Finance Commission

As the first term of office of the Climate and Sustainable Finance Commission (CCFD) expires mid-October 2022, the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) is launching a call for candidates for its renewal. The Commission was created in July 2019 and is made up of people selected for their expertise and their representation of the different market segments and members of civil society.

The role of the CCFD is to help the AMF carry out its regulatory and supervisory missions on issues related to climate risk and sustainable finance. The AMF will select experts in the field for both their knowledge, experience and contribution in the field of climate risk and sustainable finance. They may be belong to the academic world, civil society, or work in listed companies or the financial sector. The Autorité de Contrôle Prudentiel et de Résolution (ACPR) is ex officio member of the Commission. The French Agency for Ecological Transitions of the French Ministry for Ecological Transition and the French Treasury are invited to each meeting. Each of the CCFD members is invited to contribute with their own experience and technical expertise, and not as representatives of any particular professional category or organisation.

For this first renewal, the AMF is looking in particular for expertise on disclosure, transition plans, the fight against greenwashing, environmental objectives beyond climate change, social issues and environmental, social and governance (ESG) data.  The CCFD’s working language is French.

Members are appointed by the AMF Board for a three-year period, renewable through a new application.

Those wishing to apply have until Friday 7 October 2022 to submit their application in electronic format to financedurable [at] (financedurable[at]amf-france[dot]org). The application should include a letter of application and a curriculum vitae of no more than three pages. A declaration of any possible conflicts of interest will be requested in a second stage.

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