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Raúl-Rosales

Professor Raúl Rosales

Professor of Practice in Net Zero Asset Management

Biography

Raúl Rosales is a Professor of Practice in Net Zero Asset Management within the Department of Engineering at King's College London, focused on the Net Zero Centre. He also serves as a Senior Executive Fellow at Imperial College Business School and played a pivotal role in launching the Singapore Green Finance Centre (SGFC) in 2020, where he currently serves on its management committee. Raúl also works as a Senior Advisor for Orchard Global Asset Management LLP, an Alternative Credit Investment Fund in London.

His background in the financial industry spans 30 years, most recently at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) as Senior Banker for Energy and previously at BBVA as Global Head of Multilateral Banks (MDBs). He is a Doctor in Civil Engineering, specialising in sustainable infrastructure and energy project financing by Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain (2013). Raúl is based in London.

His latest policy paper 'The Carbon Credit Price and National Tree Planting Impact of Woodland Carbon Code Admittance to the UK-ETS' explores global carbon markets and how the UK can unlock revenue and additional capacity for the Net Zero transition with woodland creation. It was published in partnership with Imperial College Business School and Foresight Sustainable Forestry Company Plc.

News

UK could reach Net Zero faster by expanding its Emissions Trading Scheme

King's policy paper suggests carbon unit prices could be boosted by 67% and 26% additional land unlocked for woodland creation.

Raul trees (1)

New Visiting Professors

New Visiting Professors join Faculty of Natural, Mathematical & Engineering Sciences

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News

UK could reach Net Zero faster by expanding its Emissions Trading Scheme

King's policy paper suggests carbon unit prices could be boosted by 67% and 26% additional land unlocked for woodland creation.

Raul trees (1)

New Visiting Professors

New Visiting Professors join Faculty of Natural, Mathematical & Engineering Sciences

Bush House