Executive Vice-President of Europa Nostra
Guy Clausse studied Economics and Business Administration at the Universität zu Köln (Diplom-Volkswirt 1975; Dr.rer.pol. 1979).
He worked as a Teaching Assistant at Cologne University from 1972 to 1975, and as an Assistant Professor until 1980. He then became the Executive Secretary of the Instituto de Estudos para o Desenvolvimento in Lisbon; being on secondment from the Research Department of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Bonn.
Guy Clausse joined the European Investment Bank (EIB) in 1985 as a senior economist in the Economic Studies Department, and then became Coordinator and Head of Division within the Lending Operations and Projects Directorates. In 2004 he took up the position of Associate Director of the Policy Support Department. In 2007 Clausse was appointed as Director of the Convergence and Environment Department and then of the Environment and Regional Development Department. He has been a Special Advisor to the Director-General since 2011.
Guy Clausse was nominated as Dean of the recently created EIB Institute in 2014. During his mandate, the 7 Most Endangered programme, established by Europa Nostra in partnership with the EIB Institute, was further developed. He continues to cooperate with the EIB Institute, following his retirement at the end of 2015. He is a committee member of several social and charitable associations.
In 2018, Guy Clausse was appointed as Executive Vice-President of Europa Nostra.