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Mark Azoulay


Helps banks and investors with sustainability strategies to achieve durable environmental, social and governance (ESG) impact while enhancing growth

Mark is a partner in the firm’s London office, where he leads our Sustainability Practice and is a core member of our Risk & Resilience Practice. He works with leading institutions globally to help define net-zero strategies including setting decarbonization targets, identifying growth and investment opportunities in green businesses, helping portfolio companies transition. Mark has helped build business plans across various industries, such as oil and gas, power, agriculture, automotive, metals and mining, mortgages, and new businesses like carbon markets and payments. He advises CFOs on green finance and has led executive training sessions on the value of reducing financed emissions. Prior to joining McKinsey, Mark held positions at investment banks, where he managed a global portfolio of equity derivatives, and he also founded a real estate investment firm.


Financing the net-zero transition: From planning to practice,” McKinsey & Company, January 2023

Managing financed emissions: How banks can support the net-zero transition,” McKinsey & Company, November 2022

FRTB reloaded: Overhauling the trading-risk infrastructure,” McKinsey & Company, May 2018

Past Experience

Cape Management Global


Lehman Brothers Holdings (Nomura Holdings)
Vice president


emlyon business school
MSc, finance