Neha Khanna is a Senior Manager in CPI’s Delhi office, where she leads the green and sustainable finance practice.
Neha is a green and sustainable finance expert with 13 years of financial advisory and risk consulting professional experience, working with multinational corporations, banks, DFIs, foundations, and multilaterals in India, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Tanzania, and the United States. Neha’s expertise includes financial risk management, strategy consulting, development consulting, financial inclusion, and climate-related financial risk, with a focus on banking, capital markets, and insurance.
Her research areas and interests are in climate finance, green finance, sustainable finance, financial inclusion, and gender-lens investing. She delivers lectures and trainings on green finance and climate-related financial risks and opportunities to private and public financial sector experts. Neha is also a Sustainability Climate Risk (SCR) Task Force member with Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) and a steering committee member of Greening of Finance by Women (GroW) Network.
Neha is an engineering graduate of Jaypee University of Information Technology and holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras.