Michael Sheren is a Senior Advisor within the Bank of England. In his role, he provides counsel and independent challenge to senior PRA Management on matters concerning, governance, banking supervision and policy as well as research relating to the financial markets.
On behalf of the BoE and the UK government, Mr Sheren Co-Chairs the G20 Sustainable Finance Study Group with China. Correspondingly he is actively involved in domestic and international green finance activities including bilateral negotiations related to the UKs Economic and Finance Dialogues with China, Brazil and India. Mr Sheren is also actively involved in the Banks fintech and digital finance work in the UK and Europe.
Prior to Joining the Bank, Mr Sheren spent over twenty five years in the debt capital markets where he specialized in the structuring, distribution and trading debt for major global financial institutions in New York and London.
Mr Sheren holds master's degrees from Harvard, The London School of Economics and New York University where he studied finance, economics, philosophy and public policy. He also holds a BA from the George Washington University.
Built environment professionals, innovators and global influencers will reconvene in Shenzhen, China for the RICS World Built Environment Forum Summit 2020.
The World Built Environment Forum facilitates industry leading discussions harnessing the enormous potential of the 21st century's people and places.