Redington bolsters ESG credentials with two sustainable investment hires

Paul Lee and Anastasia Guha take up newly created roles

Pedro Gonçalves
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Lee and Guha's new roles began on 1 June
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Lee and Guha's new roles began on 1 June

Redington has appointed Paul Lee as head of stewardship and sustainable investment strategy and Anastasia Guha as global head of sustainable investment, as the firm integrates responsible investing across its proposition.

Lee was head of corporate governance, stewardship at Aberdeen Asset Management between 2015 and 2018 and joins Redington having been an independent consultant for the past three years. Previously, he...

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