Jacqueline Duiker


Within the Association of Investors for Sustainable Development (VBDO) Jacqueline is responsible for new business development. In masterclasses and round-tables she engages with the financial sector, corporates and non-governmental organizations to drive their environmental, social and governance (ESG) ambitions forward and develop the market for sustainable investments. She is part of the steering committee of the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark and has produced various publications on impact investing and the role of the financial sector with regard to climate change and human rights.

Jacqueline is experienced in leading organizations in their drive to create sustainable value, both from a financial and a societal perspective.

In her prior roles Jacqueline has worked as a management consultant including over ten years within the ING Group as an innovation manager and in various financial roles.

Her interest in sustainability was triggered through working as a volunteer for non-governmental organizations in Indonesia. Jacqueline holds a master degree in Financial Economics and an Executive Master degree in Finance and Control.