Specialising in Energy Transition / ESG Investing / and Sustainable Infrastructure

Professional Values

As a global people practice, we take a unique people-led approach to our services and operate with a strong vision for growth across the United Kingdom and Sub-Saharan Africa. We have numerous years of experience in building strong professional relationships that are underpinned by mutual respect and understanding. We believe this approach yields pragmatic and long-lasting outcomes.

Career Opportunities

With specialist coverage across renewable energy, infrastructure, and sustainable investing, we retain a uniquely global perspective on finance recruitment. Our search agency is a boutique and agile talent acquisition service directed principally towards the advisory space. Our mission and intention is to develop meaningful relationships with both clients and candidates.

F.L Putnam (FLP) are looking for an Investment Advisor to join the firm's Sustainable Investing practice. The successful candidate will be required to channel partners - to educate, onboard and continuously engage with clients new to the firm across the Massachusetts regions. The Investment Advisor will be directly responsible for investment...

Acre's Sustainable Finance recruitment team is currently seeking an Investment professional with strong analytical and modeling skills on behalf of a client who is also based in London. The client is an asset manager overseeing an investment fund with a strategy that is defined as long/short with a focus on equities. Expertise and experience in...

UBS are currently actively seeking an Infrastructure Co-Investment Specialist for one of the bank's London offices. The REPM Infrastructure Multi-Manager team, Multi-Managers Infrastructure (MMI), manages Infrastructure multi-manager investments on behalf of institutional clients. Our platform managing USD 5.6 billion as of Q2 2021 has been...

Top Voice Awards

For the #TopVoicesinSustainability supplement, IB will be rewarding a number of influential figures in the field of sustainability with the chance to be interviewed in a Q&A format. How does it work? Well, each and every quarter, we will be bringing you new interviews on what's new in energy, sustainable financial markets, and recent policy dialogue, by speaking with an industry influencer, gathering new insights on key debates and current affairs.

Spotlight on Renewables

The Renewable Energy Project of the Week is a new supplement that celebrates the climate financing and ongoing construction or development of some of the world's most integral renewable energy sites. By identifying the project sponsors as well as the impact on climate change upon completion, IB aims to create awareness around the investment thesis for clean and affordable energy in the run up to COP26, which will be hosted by Glasgow.

The La Fenasse landfill site near Béziers in the south-west of France is now home to the new 1.6 megawatt (MW) solar farm, where electrification company Nexans and energy company TotalEnergies have come together to develop and install revolutionary KEYLIOS® solar trackers as part of the ongoing project.

Executive Appointments

The Executive Appointments supplement reports exclusively on the career advancement of senior-level professionals in renewable energy, infrastructure, and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to receive a brief summary of recent people moves.

Featured Insights

From knowledgeable reporting to informative press announcements, as a window into the nature of current developments in infrastructure and renewables, Featured Insights provides an overview of the energy transition from the view of the companies involved. This is a regular supplement that will also be included in IB's weekly newsletter.

Audio Podcasts

The Audio Podcasts supplement is a regular digest intended for SRI professionals and those who are new to or have an interest in energy, infrastructure or ESG investing. This is a regular cross-post of topical podcast debates from influential speakers and established authorities on the subject brought to you by the team.

As the world begins to move away from coal, with more countries vowing to be coal-free by 2030, Australia stands in stark contrast. The federal environment minister Sussan Ley recently approved four new coal projects in one month. This is despite a recent federal court ruling that the minister has a duty to protect children from the climate crisis....