We are happy to introduce you to the jury of the Climate FinTech Hackathon
Cindy Eicher, J.P. Morgan
Cindy Eicher recently joined J.P. Morgan (Suisse) SA as Senior Banker and Team Lead for Zurich. Prior to joining J.P.Morgan, she was an Executive Director at Deutsche Bank (Switzerland) AG, where her main responsibility was to aquire clients in the ultra high net worth segment, specifically focusing on family offices, multi-family offices and endowments and foundations. To these highly sophisticated clients she offered different customized financial solutions from the entire range of banking services, providing a cross-divisional and client-centric coverage.
Roland Cortivo, Swisscom
As FinTech Expert at Swisscom Digital Business, Roland Cortivo leverages FinTech collaboration as a driver of innovation, leads digital banking initiatives and supports corporate venturing at Swisscom. He is a subject matter expert for digital identity, trust services, open banking, intelligent conversation interfaces and crypto property services. Prior to his current position, he has worked as a senior consultant and program manager in the fields of banking and insurance at Swisscom, IBM, PwC and Credit Suisse. He holds a master degree in environmental engineering from ETH Zurich.
Renato Galli, Climate-KIC
Renato has scouted, screened and financed hundreds of cleantech start-ups running the Swiss chapter of Europe's largest cleantech Accelerator. With an educational background in business and finance, he co-founded a fashion start-up by the age of seventeen and scaled it up to a dozen points of sale. In his current role as "Start-up Community Manger", Renato is responsible for strengthening Climate-KIC's community through efficient matchmaking between start-ups, investors, corporates and public bodies.
Gerhard Wagner, ZKB
Leiter Team ESG Solutions, Mitglied der Direktion. Seit 2008 ist er bei der Zürcher Kantonalbank (ex Swisscanto) im Asset Management im Bereich ESG Solutions tätig. Herr Wagner ist ein anerkannter Experte in der Bewirtschaftung von nachhaltigen Anlagen und leitete zuletzt bei UBS das SRI-Team. Von 1994 bis 2001 arbeitete er als Wissenschaftler an der ETH/EAWAG im Bereich Klimaphysik. Gerhard Wagner schloss sein Physikstudium an der Universität Konstanz ab. Anschliessend doktorierte er in Naturwissenschaften (Dr. rer. nat.) an der ETH Zürich. Im Jahr 2006 erwarb er das Diplom zum Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).