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We were pleased to host an afternoon panel discussion designed to provide investors with a range of views on why they might consider incorporating environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations into their portfolios, and how they may go about doing so.
Should you have any questions regarding the event or should you like to access any of the resources made available at the event then please contact Jaclynn.Larington@NewtonIM.com.
Chair: Julian Lyne – Chief Commercial Officer, Newton Investment Management
David Chambers – Keynes Fellow at Judge Business School, University of Cambridge (U.K.)
Kate Murtagh – Chief Compliance Officer and Head of Sustainable Investment, Harvard Management Company
Jay Roney – Partner, NEPC
James Rosebush – Founder and Managing Partner, Intersection Impact Fund and Reagan White House Official
Rob Stewart – Head of Responsible and Charity Investment, Portfolio Manager, Newton Investment Management
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