Greta is responsible for ESG focussed product development within private markets, integrating climate and social criteria into the investment process. She identifies new investment opportunities in the sustainability space for Real Assets. In particular, she is leading the expansion of our capability in direct natural capital investing and the resulting interaction with voluntary carbon markets.
Experience and qualifications
Previously Greta worked on the project financing of renewables and impact ventures in emerging markets. Whilst based in London she worked with a range of investors, including VCs, institutional investors, DFIs and guarantors, to raise both debt and equity capital for deployment in Rwanda, Kenya and the DRC. Prior to this, she was strategy consulting to the natural resources sector in Australia focussing on predictive analytics and supply chain optimisation following experience as an environmental engineer in New Zealand.
Greta holds Natural Resources Engineering and Financial Economics degrees from the University of Canterbury in New Zealand.
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