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Professor. John Kay
John Kay is an economist whose career has spanned the academic world, business and finance, and public affairs. John is a director of several public companies and a contributing editor of the Financial Times. He chaired the Review of UK Equity Markets and Long-Term Decision-Making which reported to the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills in July 2012.
Global Head, Responsible Investment at First State
Will Oulton is the Global Head, Responsible Investment at First State Investments (FSI) based in the UK and is responsible for defining and delivering FSI’s responsible investment and stewardship strategy globally. Previously he was the Head of Responsible Investment for Mercer Investments across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, advising institutional asset owners on environmental, social and corporate governance matters.
Christopher Greenwald, PhD
Head of Sustainable and Impact Investing Research and Stewardship at UBS
Christopher Greenwald joined UBS as Head of SI research, Sustainable and Impact Investing team, in February 2017. Prior to this, Christopher lead the sustainability research efforts at Robecosam, as head of Sustainability Investing Research where he managed a team of sector specialists responsible for the integration of sustainability into the investment process.
Head of Responsible Investment UK
Tim heads up the Responsible Investment team in the UK, leading the development and implementation of Aon’s policies and solutions. He helps pension fund trustees and other investors understand the implications of responsible investing and supporting them through the practicalities of making decisions that support their wider financial objectives.
Dr. Richard D. Bateson
Director of Bateson Asset Management
Dr. Richard Bateson is Director of Bateson Asset Management (BAM), an FCA regulated investment management company specialising in quantitative strategies employing the latest Machine Learning technologies across multiple global markets and asset classes.