„A sole focus on backward looking climate metrics can often conflict with investors goals of supporting the low carbon transition in the real economy. Temperature Alignment offers a more nuanced view into companies’ climate impacts and enables investors to more confidently allocate capital to transition critical issuers.“
PGIM Fixed Income, London
James Malone, CFA, is a Senior Associate and ESG Specialist for PGIM Fixed Income, based in London. Mr. Malone is focused on ESG integration and leads sector, thematic and issuer level ESG research across all fixed income asset classes and regions. He also participates in ESG engagements with the credit research analysts and keeps up to date with the latest ESG trends, regulation and market updates. Prior to joining the Firm in 2021, Mr. Malone was a Senior Global ESG Analyst at Legal and General Investment Management where he was responsible for supporting the development of proprietary ESG scores and solutions, engagement and proxy voting. Prior to that, he was an International Equities Salesperson at Citigroup in Toronto, Canada. Mr. Malone received a Master’s degree in the Environment and Development from the London School of Economics, a BA degree in Business from Western University and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.
James Malone beantwortet beim "Das große Interview" die Fragen von Albert Reiter:
Donnerstag, 19. Oktober von 16.45 bis 17.15 Uhr.
ESG-Spezialist im Kreuzfeuer - Pros and Cons:
"Decarbonising portfolio with temperature alignement: metrics, risks and opportunities for institutional investors"