About FinanceMap

FinanceMap is an online, publicly available platform by global climate-risk think tank InfluenceMap which examines the financial sector through a climate lens. We analyze financial institutions' climate performance on top-line governance, financing and investment portfolios, stewardship, and policy engagement using industry-recognized benchmarking standards.

FinanceMap and its reports inform key stakeholders on how the financial sector is performing on climate, while providing benchmarking tools for the sector itself.

For further information, please see our Methodology and FAQ pages. For any questions, please email financemap@influencemap.org.

The Team

Daan leads the FinanceMap program, analysing financial institutions through a climate lens, as well as the Carbon Majors program. Prior to joining InfluenceMap in 2020, Daan earned his MSc in Mechanical Engineering from KU Leuven and MSc in Management from the London School of Economics. His previous experiences in the climate space include work in the fields of sustainable finance and renewable energy.

Emmett works as an Analyst on the FinanceMap and Carbon Majors research programs, and is responsible for maintaining and updating the Carbon Majors database originally released by the Climate Accountability Institute. Emmett joined InfluenceMap in January 2022, having earned his BSc in Physics at Queen Mary, University of London in 2021.

Cleo joined InfluenceMap in May 2021 after graduating from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where she studied Political Science and International Political Economics; engaging in research on trade and immigration policy. At InfluenceMap, Cleo works as an Analyst evaluating financial services industry associations’ engagement on sustainable finance, looking into their efforts to influence policy in the United States at the federal and state levels.

Rebecca joined InfluenceMap in 2019, and leads teams expanding InfluenceMap's research to assess corporate engagement on sustainable finance and biodiversity policy. Rebecca holds an MPhys degree from the University of Oxford, where she specialized in the physics of atmospheres and oceans.

As a Senior Analyst on FinanceMap, Tom works on the assessment of financial portfolios, covering both asset management and banking. He also contributes to FinanceMap’s stewardship assessment by analyzing asset manager proxy voting. Prior to joining InfluenceMap in 2021, Tom completed an MSc in Theoretical Physics at the King’s College London.

Amy joined InfluenceMap in October 2023. As an Analyst on the FinanceMap team, she works on the qualitative side and evaluates financial institutions and their stewardship activities through a climate lens. Amy holds a Master's in Climate Change Science and Policy from Victoria University of Wellington. Prior to joining InfluenceMap, she worked as an analyst at the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority in New Zealand.

Bonnie joined InfluenceMap in December 2022, after completing an Americorps service year at a nonprofit in New York City. She graduated with a B.A. in Environmental Biology and Spanish from Colgate University. Bonnie works as an Analyst on FinanceMap, working on the qualitative side and evaluating financial institutions and their stewardship activities through a climate lens.

Jake leads InfluenceMap’s data analysis across multiple streams of work. This includes InfluenceMap’s ongoing research into how digital media advertising influences the climate debate, as well as InfluenceMap's analysis of the automotive sectors' vehicle production plans and emissions. Jake has also developed tools to help automate aspects of InfluenceMap’s research process, such as the data gathering for our ongoing analysis of lobbying and corporate influence. Before joining InfluenceMap, Jake completed an integrated master’s course in Physics at the University of Sussex.

Helen is a system architect and developer based in the Scottish Borders. She holds a BA in Economic and Social History from the University of Hull. Since 2000 her focus has been on web based systems for business, charities and campaigning organisations. She is the co-author of the Evoke web application system.

Dylan founded InfluenceMap in 2015 and has overall responsibility for its global operations. Prior to this, Dylan established a market-leading environmental consultancy in Tokyo which is now ERM Japan. Dylan grew and led a 50-person team engaging in a wide variety of corporate and technical advisory work in Japan and Asia covering environmental audits, land remediation, corporate sustainability, and climate strategies. Dylan grew up in Japan and is currently living in London. He holds an MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College and a Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics and Mathematics from Kings College London.


Alex is a Senior Strategist at the Sunrise Project, working with a wide range of analysts and activists worldwide to drive and assess investor actions on fossil fuel phaseouts. Previously, as Coordinator of the Bretton Woods Project, and then of the European Network on Debt and Development, he scrutinized World Bank and IMF policies and built civil society pressure for them to change their policies and practices. Later, he helped build Avaaz to become an independent movement involving 60 million citizens, leading campaigns calling on governments to forge a climate agreement in Paris, and to stop Rupert Murdoch taking over Europe’s biggest independent broadcaster.

Andreas is Full Professor of Operational Risk, Banking & Finance at the Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School and the Lochlann Quinn School of Business of University College Dublin (UCD) and serves on the schools’ management team as Vice Principal for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI). Prof. Hoepner is serving on the European Union’s Technical Expert Group (TEG) on Sustainable Finance as one of three independent members (i.e. appointed in personal capacity instead of representing a legal entity). In his TEG role, he co-invented ‘EU Climate Transition Investing’ by aligning investment strategies across asset classes with the IPCC’s 1.5°C trajectory (with no or limited overshoot). In August 2019, he was furthermore commissioned by the EU’s Joint Research Centre to draft a report scoping out further options for the development of the EU Ecolabel.

Paul leads the PRI’s work on stewardship, working with signatories to improve practice and collaboration. As part of his role, Paul oversees a team coordinating PRI’s collaborative engagements and is also the PRI lead and steering committee member for the Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI). Paul has been at the PRI since 2014, having previously worked in Australia as an ESG Analyst for Regnan and in business development for Colonial First State Investments. Paul holds a Master of Environment from the University of Melbourne and a Bachelor of Business, majoring in finance, from the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS).

Simon is a passionate sustainability and climate finance specialist with 15 years of professional and academic experience. He has held a number of senior roles in the field, and currently serves as CEO of 1Planet Advisory, a sustainability reporting and sustainable finance consultancy that he founded. He is also a Senior Advisor to the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB). Previously, Simon was the Director in Paris for 2 Degrees Investing Initiative (the leading global think tank on climate-related metrics in financial markets), Managing Director of the Climate Disclosure Standards Board, Head of Consulting at the UK's Energy Saving Trust, and a Sustainability Manager at Deloitte & PwC.