Economist, consultant, and independant researcher
Combining expertise in finance with strong strategic focus, AbdelDjellil executed and managed several assignments for leading investment banks and asset managers in Europe. Before creating Emena Advisory, a consulting firm, he also worked as a senior manager in charge of new products within a large investment bank.
Specialized in capital markets, green finance and industrial economics, he wrote several papers and gave lectures on those topics in several journals and universities. He recently co-wrote a book on green financial innovation recommending the launch of a new asset class: environmental impact bonds. He also contributed to the first report on positive economy submitted to the French President.
A graduate from Catholic University of Leuven and Paris Dauphine University; Abdeldjellil received his Ph.D. in industrial economics from Paris Sorbonne University and completed several executive education programs at IMD Lausanne and London Business School. Abdeldjellil is also a member of the French Official Statistical Authority (Autorité de la Statistique Publique), of several leading think tanks and associate researcher at CEPN Sorbonne Paris Cite.