Insights into Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investing by Neil Brown
Neil’s investment career started at Pensions & Investments Research Consultants where he was a senior researcher. In 2004, he moved to Threadneedle Asset Management where, as well as having the role of Pan European Equity Analyst, he was also Head of Governance and Responsible Investment.
Neil is lead Fund Manager on the SF European Growth OEIC and SF Pan European SICAV. He is co-fund manager on the SF UK Growth and UK Ethical funds. Neil has an MSc in Development Economics from the School of African & Oriental Studies and a BA (Hons) in Economics from the University of Manchester. He holds the CFA Society of the UK Investment Management Certificate. Neil is also Chair of the UN Principle for Responsible Investment Integration Working Group.
This guest lecture is part of the new Industry Insights seminar series. To register and for more information, please go to https://reading.targetconnect.net/student/login.html
|Published||2 February 2015|
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