Finance Committee

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Chair

Gianluca Riccio

Lloyds Banking Group

(United Kingdom)

Jacobo-Ramos-Folch

Secretariat Lead

Jacobo Ramos-Folch

Policy Manager

Vice-Chair

Kent Andrews

Toronto-Dominion Bank

(Canada)

Vice-Chair

Sanita Bajāre

LDDK

(Latvia)

Vice-Chair

Sahra English

Citi

(United States)

Vice-Chair

Véronique Ormezzano

VYGE Consulting

(France)

Vice-Chair

Sven Schönborn

Federation of German Industries (BDI)

(Germany)

Vice-Chair

Joan Rosás Xicota

CaixaBank

(Spain)

  • 01.

    Why OECD work on Finance Policy Matters

    The OECD’s work on finance policy aims to foster financial stability, enable investment, and promotes transparent, cross-border financial systems. The Organization 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 has an independent, unique perspective, and its contribution to the G20 is growing significantly.

  • 03.

    How Business engages with the OECD on Finance Policy

    Our Finance Committee contributes private sector expertise and perspectives to OECD finance–related activities, including its work to support ESG, digital finance, and financial stability, in order to develop a strong and sustainable global financial system.

  • 02.

    Our 2024 Priorities

    • Strengthening the global financial system
    • Ensuring a coordinated approaches to financial regulation
    • Addressing regulatory burdens in sustainable finance and digital finance
    • Promoting innovation and financial inclusion
  • 04.

    Our Engagement with 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