Dominic Tighe is a policy advisor in the COP26 Private Finance Hub at HMT. This is small team of people supporting Mark Carney in a mission to build a private finance system for net zero, and make climate change a part of every financial decision, in the lead up to the COP26 summit in Glasgow.
Since joining early this year, Tighe has advanced the work of the hub on portfolio alignment metrics, and is a co-author of the TCFD technical paper on portfolio alignment metrics.
He is now playing a leading role in the engagement around the work, coordinating talks with industry, academia, policy makers and industry. He has spoken at numerous events to promote the use of alignment metrics including at the World Bank, UNFCC and NGFS.
Prior to joining the Hub, Tighe worked at the Bank of England, initially in data analytics and later on the policy around ‘too big to fail’. He completed an MSc in Central Banking & Financial Regulation from Warwick Business School during his time at the Bank of England, with his dissertation research on the green bond market.

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