Silvia Pavoni is the economics editor of The Banker, a monthly publication part of the Financial Times group, for which she writes a column on environmental, social and governance principles and sustainable finance, as well as writing and commissioning for the Bracken and Viewpoint opinion columns and overseeing the Americas coverage. She is also an honorary fellow in the department of economics at City University of London and an adviser to not-for-profit organisation WILL, Women in Leadership in Latin America.
Since joining the Financial Times in 2005, Silvia has been on assignment to over two dozen countries, reporting with both written and filmed pieces. She regularly interviews government officials, policy makers and finance professionals at the highest level and chairs and presents at conferences and panel discussions in the UK, where she is based, and abroad. Silvia holds a BSc in Economics and Finance from Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and speaks Italian – her mother-tongue – and Spanish.