Biden, energy and the future of ESG investing

 
Thuy Quynh

Thuy Quynh Dang

Portfolio Manager, Global Infrastructure

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Raquel McLean, CFA

Research Analyst

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6 minute read

January 2021

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Members of our ESG Investment Committee look ahead to the themes that will affect the future of ESG investing, including the impact the Biden administration could have on infrastructure and the energy sector.

ABOUT THE AUTHORS
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Thuy Quynh Dang, Vice President, is a portfolio manager on the Global Listed Infrastructure team and has analyst coverage responsibilities for Europe.

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Raquel McLean, CFA Vice President, is a managing research analyst specializing in global insurance companies and Asian banks.

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