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Advisory Committee

Our Sustainable Investment team employs the services of an Advisory Committee which provides guidance and expertise in key areas of social and environmental impact.

Sophia Tickell

Sophia Tickell

Sophia Tickell is Co-founder and Director of Meteos, a non-profit company, which runs senior dialogues, focused on finance, health and the environment. She is the author of “Banking on Trust”, “Vital Connections: Science, Society and Sustaining Health”, the EnergyFutures report, and the PharmaFutures (www.pharmafutures.org) series. Sophia was previously Chair of the Board at SustainAbility Ltd and led Oxfam’s policy work on the private sector.

Jonathon Porritt

Jonathan Porritt

Jonathon Porritt is Founder Director of Forum for the Future, the UK’s leading sustainable development charity. His book, “The World We Made”, seeks to inspire people about the prospects of a sustainable world in 2050. He is also Chancellor of Keele University and President of The Conservation Volunteers and former Chair of the UK Sustainable Development Commission.

Valborg Lie

Valborg Lie

Valborg Lie is Stewardship Manager at LGPS Central, responsible for bespoke engagement and voting services to support investment objectives. Valborg has a wealth of experience, working on responsible investment (RI) issues over the last 15 years. From 2005 – 2013 she worked as Head of RI within the Norwegian Ministry of Finance overseeing the management of the Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global (GPFG), one of the biggest sovereign wealth funds globally. Valborg leverages an extensive network of institutional investors and SWFs globally to help promote and build RI best practices.

Tony Greenham

Tony Greenham

Tony Greenham is Director of Economy, Enterprise and Manufacturing at the RSA (Royal Society of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce), where he leads a programme of policy research into the future of work, social impacts of technology, green industrial strategy and economic democracy. He is a former corporate stockbroker and has written extensively on financial sector reform including the undergraduate economics textbook ‘Where Does Money Come From?’

Tim Jackson

Tim Jackson

Tim Jackson is Professor of Sustainable Development at the University of Surrey and Director of the Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP). From 2004 to 2011, he was Economics Commissioner on the UK Sustainable Development Commission, where his work culminated in the publication of the controversial bestseller “Prosperity without Growth” – economics for a finite planet.

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