Tenke, Founder

 Tenke built her career in sustainable finance and impact investments advising international corporations, NGOs, financial institutions, and HNW individuals. She specialises in environmental finance, building social enterprises, developing startups, and emerging markets project management. Most recently, Tenke was an Investment Manager at Islan Asset Management in Switzerland, advising global agribusiness Bunge on sustainable direct investments, and implementing projects in least developed countries' food-water-energy sectors. Previously, Tenke worked in the emissions markets in London and Geneva across alternative investments—analysing private equity and trading opportunities for CO2 credits from biomass, biogas, sustainable agriculture, and energy efficiency investments. Notably, she also worked alongside Lord Nicholas Stern, author of the seminal Stern Review, in climate research and publications.

She is a Committee Member in Geneva for 100 Women in Hedge Funds, a member of Sustainable Finance Geneva, and the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves. She is a contributor on impact investing to the financial press, and a CAIA charterholder--accredited for alternative investment knowledge. 

Tenke holds a B.A. in Economics and Political Science from Columbia University and a M.Sc. in International Political Economy from the London School of Economics. Geneva’s top female distance runner, when not working, Tenke is probably running in the Swiss countryside.


Our logo

Better Finance adopted the image of Miquel Barceló's Gran Elefandret (2008) to represent the defiance of expectation and evolution of accepted norms. 

Gran Elefandret balances on its trunk, searching for equilibrium and demonstrating a feat extraordinary but not impossible. With the global economy at a tipping point, Better Finance was founded to support the investment landscape's evolution into one that is innovative, sustainable, and impactful.

Exposed to the public gaze, inviting scrutiny, and battling the natural elements each season, the bronze sculpture encourages a multidimensional introspection.