Schroders bolsters sustainable investment team with new hires

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Pedro Gonçalves
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Schroders' sustainability team
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Schroders' sustainability team

Schroders has hired Margot Von Aesch to become head of sustainable investment management and Angus Bauer as sustainability analyst amid a raft of hires designed to strengthen the fund house's ESG credentials.

In this newly-created role, Von Aesch will oversee research, the development of sustainable investment models while ensuring the continued integration of this analysis into Schroders' investment decision-making. She joins from Redburn where she was a partner, having spearheaded the firm's ESG business and related client base. Bauer also joins from Redburn where he was a partner and former co-head of the Redburn ESG franchise. He has been appointed sustainability analyst and reports to Von Aesch. Kimberley Lewis has been named head of active ownership. Before joining Schroders last Jul...

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