Helle Bank Jorgensen is CEO of B. Accountability, a consultancy that works for leading companies and organizations within the fields of sustainability and climate change. One of these organizations is World Climate Ltd. Helle has worked on sustainability and climate change issues since 1990 and has been a partner with PwC for 11 years, based in Europe and the U.S.
Helle Bank Jorgensen is CEO of B. Accountability, a certified women-owned consultancy that works for leading companies and organizations within the fields of sustainability and climate change. Helle has worked on sustainability and climate change issues since 1990 and has been a partner with PwC for 11 years based in Europe and the U.S.
Originally a business lawyer, Helle graduated with a Master of Science degree in business administration and auditing in 1994, when she also became an EMS consultant. She qualified as a state Authorized Public Accountant (CPA) in 1997.
She was the creator of the world's first green account, assisted in the creation of the world's first integrated report, and is working on Natural Capital Accounting. She is also the principle organizer for NVIR, the CEO/investor network for business ethics and non-financial reporting, and has led many international assignments within the areas of strategy, supply chain responsibility, reporting, stakeholder engagement and assurance.
Helle is a co-author of many international publications and books on these issues and is often interviewed by newspapers and trade magazines.
Helle also serves as the chair of eRevalue a tech company made-up of lawyers, ESG experts and data scientists , and has served on many boards and expert groups such as: chair of the European Sustainability Reporting Association, Board of CSR Europe, Board of European Policy Centre, Sustainability Policy Group of FEE (Institute of European Accountants), member of the Council for International Development Cooperation (advisory council to DANIDA -- the Danish International Development Agency), International associate of the Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research (CSEAR) -- University of St. Andrews, Scotland.