Jupiter appoints from HSBC AM for head of sustainability role

Sandra Carlisle hired

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Andrew Formica of Jupiter

Jupiter has hired Sandra Carlisle from HSBC Asset Management as its new head of sustainability, with responsibility for implementing its sustainability strategy and leading its newly established corporate sustainability function.

Carlisle will lead Jupiter's corporate sustainability team, with support from a new corporate sustainability manager, which has been tasked with implementing a "cohesive" sustainability strategy across the company's "dual corporate and investment footprint". At HSBC Asset Management, Carlisle had been global ESG lead for the institutional business since 2017, overseeing the launch of several ESG and impact funds, and between 2018 and 2020 chaired the HSBC Asset Management Climate Business Council. Prior to that, she was head of responsible investment at Newton Investment Management wh...

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