Goldman Sachs Asset Management names Margaret Anadu as Global Head of Sustainability and Impact
The role is new and follows the integration of Goldman Sachs' public and private money management businesses
NEW YORK, United States -- March 2, 2021 (INVESTMENT WEEK) -- Goldman Sachs Asset Management has tapped Margaret Chinwe Anadu to become global head of sustainability and impact, in charge of solutions regarding inclusive growth and climate transition.
Ms. Anadu will develop and oversee the strategy for delivering commercial solutions and advisory services to clients in relation to inclusive growth and climate transition, a memo seen by Pensions & Investments said. Responsibilities include developing products and partnerships, as well as showcasing the brand.
She will report to Eric S. Lane and Julian C. Salisbury, global co-heads of the Goldman Sachs' asset management division. The memo was signed by Messrs. Lane and Salisbury.
GSAM had $2.15 trillion in assets under supervision as of Dec. 31. The firm manages $145 billion in environmental, social and governance investments, the memo said.