Frank Elderson


Frank Elderson

Executive Director, Dutch Central Bank (DNB)

Frank Elderson (1970) has served as an executive director of De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) since 1 July 2011. In that capacity he is currently responsible for Pension Funds’ supervision, Horizontal supervisory functions, Banking Resolution and Legal Affairs. He is a member of the Plenary Session of the Single Resolution Board. He chairs the Netherlands Platform for Sustainable Finance. The chairman of the Sustainability Committee of DNB reports to him. He participates as an observer in the High-Level Expert Group on sustainable finance of the European Commission. Before joining DNB’s Executive Board, Mr Elderson served as Head of the ABN AMRO supervision department (2006-2007), Director of the Legal Services division (2007-2011) and DNB’s General Counsel (2008-2011). He received his professional training as an attorney with Houthoff Advocaten & Notarissen from 1995 to 1998. Having studied various courses at the University of Zaragoza, Spain, he graduated in Dutch law at the University of Amsterdam in 1994. He obtained an LL.M. Degree at Columbia Law School, New York, in 1995.


11 December 2017
14:25  -  15:25

Round table 1

Risks and opportunities related to climate change: transparency and beyond

Moderated by Christian Thimann, Axa Group, Vice chair, Task-force on Climate Financial Disclosures (TCFD) & Chair, European High Level Expert Group on sustainable finance (HLEG)

Wrap-up speech: Anne Le Lorier, First Deputy-Governor, Banque de France

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