Mathilde Bossut is a researcher at the Frankfurt School – UNEP Collaborating Centre for Climate & Sustainable Energy Finance (FS-UNEP Centre). She holds a diploma of Sciences Po Strasbourg majoring in economics and finance as well as a Master’s degree in Energy Economics. Prior to the FS-UNEP Centre, Mathilde has gained experience in sustainable finance working for Climate Bonds Initiative and the Bundesbank (German central bank). Her research focuses on climate risks exposure in financial markets. In parallel, she is working on the safeFBDC project, which focuses on the mobilization of machine learning solutions to improve methods in considering sustainability factors in credit and investment decisions.