Finn Ambrose

Finn has a first-class BSc degree from Bristol in Economics and Finance, and a MSc with Distinction in Finance from University College London. At Bristol, he produced a paper on the decentralisation of ivory ownership in Africa as a means to creating local incentives for conservation; and at UCL, his chosen dissertation topic was the impact of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme on the stock market. He has interned at the Climate Crisis Foundation as well as within in the conservation tourism sector in Kenya. Just prior to joining Conservation Capital, Finn completed a row across the Atlantic with his two brothers (in near world record time) raising money for the Tusk Trust. Finn is currently focused on a range of assignments focusing on developing blended capital structures for conservation development across Africa, Asia and Europe.