Finance Committee



Kent D. Andrews

Toronto–Dominion Bank Group (Canada)



Jacobo Ramos-Folch

Policy Manager


Sanita Bajāre

LDDK (Latvia)


Ted Hart

Legal & General (United Kingdom)


Alejandro Puente

Executive Director of Institutional Relations & Member of the Executive Board, Gentera SAB (Mexico)


Gianluca Riccio

Lloyds Banking Group (United Kingdom)


Joan Rosás Xicota

CaixaBank (Spain)


Sven Schönborn

Federation of German Industries - BDI (Germany)

  • 01.


    Our Finance Committee contributes private sector expertise and perspectives to OECD finance-related activities, including its work to support the G20, in order to develop a strong and sustainable global financial system. The Committee is open to all private sector actors from the financial industry and the wider economy nominated via our national member federations.

  • 03.

    Business engagement at OECD

    The OECD is well-placed to contribute analysis on financial markets through its whole-economy expertise and its focus on economic growth and stability. As neither a financial regulator nor an international lender, the OECD maintains an independent, unique perspective, and its contribution to the G20 is growing significantly.
    The Finance Committee contributes to the work of the following OECD bodies:
    • OECD Committee on Financial Markets
    • OECD Working Party on SMEs and Entrepreneurs
    • OECD/G20 Task Forces on Financial Consumer Protection – occasional invitations for consultations
    • OECD/G20 Task Force on Institutional Investors and Long-Term Investment
  • 02.

    2023 priorities

    • Assessment and policy responses on the financial market impact of the COVID-19 crisis (incl. NPLs)
    • Trade Finance (for SMEs)
    • Sustainable finance, including green finance
    • Digitalization and innovation in the financial sector, including FinTech
    • Promoting coordinated approaches to financial regulation