Aviva Investors taps Columbia Threadneedle for climate fund manager role

Lauren Mason
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Carzana will join Aviva Investors after seven years at Columbia Threadneedle
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Carzana will join Aviva Investors after seven years at Columbia Threadneedle

Andrea Carzana is joining Aviva Investors as a co-manager of its Climate Transition Global Equity Fund (CTGE).

Carzana joins the firm from Columbia Threadneedle where he spent seven years as an equities fund manager for ESG and sustainable strategies, prior to which he spent three years at Mediobanca as an insurance equity research analyst. He will be based in London and report in to Aviva Investors head of equities, Alistair Way, working alongside Max Burns, co-manager of the fund since July, and senior ESG analyst Rick Stathers. CTGE seeks to outperform equity markets and targets global companies that derive revenue from goods and services addressing climate change adaptation and mitigation....

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