Leo Johnson is a Partner of PwC’s Sustainability and Climate Change team, and Co-Founder of Sustainable Finance Ltd, advisors since 2004 to over 50 international financial institutions around the risks and opportunities of sustainability, and now a part of the PricewaterhouseCoopers Group.
Leo Johnson's expertise is making sense of sustainability. He pinpoints the trends - from climate change, oil price shocks and the rewiring of regulation to income inequality and reshaped consumer preferences - then lays out the central risks and opportunities they present for global business and finance. His topic is 'future- proofing', and his aim is to bring into compelling focus for clients.
Leo is the author of IFC's best practice publication: "Beyond Risk: Sustainability and the Emerging Markets Financial Sector”. He is a member of the Faculty for the Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership workshop on “Financing the Future” and has commented on sustainability and written guest columns for CNBC, BBC World, the Financial Times and Wall Street Journal.