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SuperReturn International
4 - 7 June 2024
InterContinental HotelBerlin

Valentina Stadler
Founder & Managing Director at Arjuna Impact


Valentina Stadler is Founder and Managing Director of Arjuna Impact. Valentina is passionate about rethinking the financial system to make it more ethical, sustainable, and aligned with human and ecological values.

With Arjuna Impact, Valentina advises investors to set up and implement ESG, sustainable finance and impact investing strategies with special focus in the private equity and venture capital industry. The core expertise lies in translating the shared values and long-term vision of an investor into an executable ESG strategy and ensure the full implementation in the organization.

Valentina has more than 20 years of capital market experience, a large part of it in the role of Deputy Head of Financial Credit Research at UniCredit. Several advisory projects in the finance/fintech industry helped her gain a deep sector expertise in the various facets of sustainability and ESG-focused investing. She started her career as an economist for, worked on financial market integration for the European Commission and was CEO of an internet start-up in the early part of her career.

As Chief ESG Officer for GREENPEAK Partners, a private equity fund focused on creating sustainable Buy & Build platforms, Valentina is responsible for the full range of ESG themes, ranging from ESG strategy development to integration into the investment process, ESG value creation in portfolio companies as well as overseeing regulatory compliance and meeting reporting requirements.

She also serves on the Board of Directors of S&N Group.

Valentina holds a BSc in Management and an MSc in Economics from the London School of Economics.

Agenda Sessions

  • The great reclassification: Is greenhushing a positive for investors?