RLAM bolsters responsible investment team with two hires

11 July 2019

Royal London Asset Management publishes on its website:

“Royal London Asset Management (“RLAM”) has recruited Carlota Garcia-Manas and Beth Goldsmith to the responsible investment team. Both joined this week and will report to Ashley Hamilton Claxton, RLAM’s head of responsible investment.

Carlota, appointed as senior responsible investment analyst, joins from the Church of England National Investing Bodies, where she spent three years running high profile corporate engagements focused on climate change, international corporate tax, and board diversity. Prior to that she was the director of products and services at tech start-up Datamaran, developing software for sustainability benchmarking, and head of research at EIRIS (now Moody’s) leading global ESG research and product development. She is a Civil Engineer with an MSc in Environmental Economics. At RLAM, she will be responsible for leading our company engagement strategy and will work with the wider Royal London Group to develop our approach to climate risk across the business.

Beth joins as responsible investment analyst from KPMG where she worked for five years in their sustainability and responsible investment team. Beth has experience working with large and medium sized companies, advising them on managing their environmental and social risks, collating carbon data, and reporting publicly on their achievements. Beth has also worked for Amey as an assistant environmentalist and has expertise in carbon supply chain management and health and safety data and reporting. At RLAM her role will be to assist fund managers in researching and analysing environmental and social issues.”

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