Storebrand AM grows sustainability team to stay ahead on ESG

Storebrand AM is bolstering its sustainable investments team, bringing in two analysts from beyond the world of financial spreadsheets.

Matthew Smith, Head of Sustainable Investments at Norway's Storebrand Asset Management Smith has been at Storebrand AM for a decade, firstly as an analyst and since 2015 as Head of Sustainable Investments. | Photo: Jan Bjarke Mindegaard

Norway's largest private asset manager, Storebrand, is increasing its sustainable investment team by the hiring two additional analysts, the firm's Head of Sustainable Investments, Matthew Smith, tells AMWatch.

The newcomers are Andreas Alnæs and Emine Isciel. Alnæs joins from the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation and will cover issues related to anti-corruption. Isciel will cover environmental and climate-related matters, and comes to the company from the Norwegian Climate and Energy Department where she was one of Norway's negotiators for the UN Development Goals in 2015.

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