Fernanda Feil is an economist and consultant with long experience in various areas of the economy, with specialization in the financial system, economic development, macroeconomic analysis, and conjuncture. Fernanda holds a PhD in economics from the Fluminense Federal University - UFF, where she researches the State's role in financial intermediation and the sustainable development process and maintains intense activity in the Research Group on Finance and Development - FINDE. She completed her master's degree in economics from UFRGS, having studied recent Brazilian macroeconomic policy. Fernanda helped create and was responsible for the Management of Economic Studies at the Brazilian Development Association - ABDE, an institution that represents public banks. As a manager, she coordinated and conducted systematic analyses on development financial institutions, long-term financing, the development process, monetary economy, and economic conjuncture, serving the board and associated institutions and the general public. Before that, she worked as an advisor to BRDE's CEO and as a consultant at Rosenberg e Associados and Ideias Consultoria. Her current research and consulting work focus on the financial sector, economic development, and the green transition.