In late September, Rekha Unnithan was on a three-day stay in Copenhagen to elaborate on her investment strategy to Danish pension funds.
Unlike most fund managers, Unnithan has a dual investment mandate: One aim is to generate financial returns and the other is to address some of the most pressing issues facing society. Her title is impact investing portfolio manager at Nuveen – a USD 973 billion (EUR 849 billion) money manager, based in the United States, and a subsidiary of the giant pensions insitution Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association (TIAA).
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