Hermes' sustainable investing head Parry exits after ten years

'To pursue a new opportunity’

Emanuela Hawker
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After ten years with Hermes Investment Management, head of sustainable investing Andrew Parry has decided to leave his role, Investment Week can reveal.

The group confirmed that Parry, who has been with the firm for a decade and as head of sustainable investing since 2017, is leaving to pursue a new opportunity. Hermes' CEO Nusseibeh: ESG is permeating society - it is not just a fad Hermes' head of responsibility Leon Kamhi will be taking on Parry's responsibilities and will continue to report to chief executive Saker Nusseibeh. Parry joined Hermes in 2009, initially as chief executive and co-head of investment for Hermes Sourcecap, which is now known as Hermes European Equities. In his ten years with the company, Parry has held...

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