United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative
Gábor Gyura has a master’s degree in Economics and holds a PhD in Earth Sciences. He was founding head of the Sustainable Finance Department at the Central Bank of Hungary and was responsible for the Bank’s green agenda between 2018 and 2022, developing the domestic green finance market and the environmental risk management in the financial system. Since May 2022 he is a consultant at the United Nations Environment Program Finance Initiative (UNEPFI), designing and delivering capacity building programs for banks. Since 2021 he also acts as assistant professor at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, teaching and researching sustainable finance. Previously he held senior expert and management positions (Acting Director of Bank Supervision, Head of Supervisory Methodology, and Head of Bank Resolution Department) at the Central Bank of Hungary and also worked as a financial services policy expert at the European Central Bank.