Nathan de Arriba-Sellier
Nathan de Arriba-Sellier is the Research Director of the Yale Initiative on Sustainable Finance, where he designs and conducts research on the impact of climate change on financial markets. Previously, he worked as a PhD Candidate at Erasmus University Rotterdam and Leiden University, where he expects to defend his thesis on the European System of Financial Supervision in the coming months. Prior to his PhD, Nathan clerked for the EU law unit of Conseil d’Etat, France’s highest administrative court and legal advisor to the government.
Nathan’s research interests revolve around climate-related risk management of financial institutions, regulatory intervention in sustainable finance and the responsibility of financial supervision and monetary policy in the transition to a sustainable economy. He is the author of several articles, analyses and op-eds exploring a wide array of legal issues at the crossroads of law, finance and the environment. His work has been published in distinguished European law journals and blogs. Nathan’s prior research led him to conduct research visits at Duke University and Stanford University.
Nathan holds an LL.M in EU Law from College of Europe (Bruges) as well as an LL.M. in International and European Business Law from the University of Vienna. He graduated valedictorian with a ‘Maîtrise’ in European law from the University Jean Moulin Lyon 3 after a year at University Hamburg where he was enrolled as part of the Erasmus exchange programme. During his bachelor, he studied French public law, German law and U.S. law.