Lenora Suki


Bloomberg LP - Head of Sustainable Finance Prod Strategy


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Lenora Suki, CFA, CAIA, LEED AP, is the Head of Sustainable Finance Product Strategy in Bloomberg’s Sustainable Business and Finance Group. Lenora's focus is on strategy for sustainable finance products, with an emphasis on extending Bloomberg's Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) product and other sustainable finance efforts across asset classes to comprehensively understand investment risks and opportunities. She is currently working on projects in fixed income, real estate, and private equity, as well as initiatives at the intersection of philanthropy and product strategy, such as green and social bonds, impact investment and data science applications.

Before Bloomberg, Lenora founded Smart Cities Advisors, an affordable housing and urban regeneration advisory firm for emerging markets. In 2002, she joined the Earth Institute at Columbia University as an Associate Director advising on sustainable development.

Prior to Columbia, Lenora was regional fixed income strategist at Santander Investment and emerging markets analyst at OFFITBANK, now Wells Fargo. Lenora also worked at the World Bank in the Treasury, Europe and Central Asia and in private sector development.

Lenora earned an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management, a BA in Government from Pomona College and a BA in economics from the University of Houston. She serves on the board of the Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation. She also holds the CFA, CAIA and LEED AP designations.

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