London, 28th November 2017 – Sustineri is pleased to announce that Martina Macpherson is joining Shuen Chan and Richard Folland as a Partner at Sustineri.
Sustineri is a boutique advisory that works with institutional investors, intermediaries and policy makers to help them navigate climate change and the global energy transition, in alignment with the Paris Agreement, the TCFD recommendations and Agenda 2030 (UN SDGs).
Martina joins from S&P Global Ratings where she was Head of ESG Research & Analysis. Prior to that, Martina has held global research, business, and product development roles at S&P Dow Jones Sustainability Indices, Hermes EOS, MSCI ESG Research and Lloyds Banking Group/Insight Investment. Earlier in her career, she also worked for RBS Asset Management, F&C (now BMO) and Deutsche Bank.
Martina is a Board Member of the Global Network for Sustainable Financial Markets and was an independentNED board member and chair of the Global Thinkers Forum. She is a lecturer at University of Zurich, Henley Business School and London Southbank University, and a regular presenter, writer and contributor to international multi-stakeholder working groups on sustainable investment and green finance.
Richard Folland, Partner at Sustineri, says:
“We are very excited that Martina has joined the team. She is a genuine thought leader and her deep experience of ESG and sustainable investment further strengthens Sustineri’s offering to our clients. The global transition to a low-carbon future is accelerating and has urgent and wide-ranging implications for investors, businesses and society as a whole. Our mission is to prepare our clients to address the risks and maximize the opportunities ahead.”
Martina Macpherson adds:
“I am delighted to be joining Shuen and Richard at Sustineri. The team at Sustineri brings long-standing experience and hands-on expertise to inform and to develop high-impact solutions for their clients. I am keen to support Sustineri in building knowledge, active stewardship and in developing pragmatic solutions that are in line with the low carbon transition and Agenda 2030 for sustainable development.”
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