Sauli Miettinen appointed as the Finnish Climate Fund’s Manager, Investments

The Finnish Climate Fund has appointed Sauli Miettinen as its new Manager, Investments. Miettinen is joining the Investments team and bringing with him new expertise in assessing the impacts of investments, especially in respect of due diligence processes and follow-up. 

Sauli Miettinen, MSc (Industrial Engineering and Management) joined the Finnish Climate Fund as Manager, Investments on 1  April. His previous job was with the Funding team at Business Finland. He has also worked as a Consultant at Gaia Consulting. Miettinen has built his career evaluating and funding new technologies and investments with a focus on the energy sector and impact analyses. 

“Joining the Finnish Climate Fund is a great opportunity for me to get involved in the deployment and dissemination of new, important solutions. Combining my impact assessment know-how with technology and business perspectives is an interesting challenge, and I am excited about the chance to contribute to the Finnish Climate Fund’s mission”, Miettinen says. 

 “We are delighted to have Sauli join the Finnish Climate Fund’s Investments team. His experience strengthens our expertise in the field of impact assessment in particular. He will be a great addition to the team, and we look forward to working with him”, says the Finnish Climate Fund’s Senior Lead, Investments Juha Ollikainen. 

More information

Saara Mattero, Communications and Sustainability Director, the Climate Fund, tel. +358 400 114 777, 

The Finnish Climate Fund is a Finnish state-owned special-assignment company. Its operations focus on combating climate change, boosting low-carbon industry and promoting digitalisation. The Climate Fund invests in large-scale projects in which the fund’s investment is crucial to enable the project’s realisation in the first place, on a larger scale or earlier than it would with funding from elsewhere. 

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