Delphine Munro, Head of Arts & Culture






Delphine Munro is Head of Arts & Culture at the EIB Institute, managing all Arts & Culture activities for the EIB Group.

This includes the management and enhancement of the EIB art collection, the development of a mentoring scheme for budding artists, the formulation of EIB Group employee engagement programmes, and the preservation of cultural heritage.

She joined the EIB Group in 2005, first as Head of Marketing Communications at the European Investment Fund, then as Head of Arts & Culture at the EIB in 2009.

She is also President of the Board of the Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’Art Contemporain; Board Member and Secretary of IACCCA (International Association of Corporate Collections of Contemporary Art) and also  Board Member of Les Amis des Musées Luxembourg. She was a nominator for the 2013 Edward Steichen Award, and a jury member for the 2014 Prix Sciences Po pour l’Art Contemporain.

Delphine Munro has a twofold education, in Economics and Finance (Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris – Sciences Po) and in art history (post graduate, Courtauld Institute, London).

Prior to joining the EIB Group, she had 20 years’ experience in arts management and marketing communications: for museums (Musée National d’Art Moderne-Centre Pompidou, Paris), cultural institutions (Fondation Cartier, Paris; Institut Français, Prague), an auction house (Sotheby’s, London) and the corporate world (BNP Paribas and HSBC, both in London).

She was nominated Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres in 2018.