Carney to lead asset manager’s climate change strategy

Mark Carney
Bank of England

Mark Carney will join an asset management company later this year to lead its climate change-related investment strategy.

On August 26, Canadian firm Brookfield Asset Management appointed the former Bank of England governor as vice-chair, head of environmental, social and corporate governance, and impact fund investing. Brookfield has over $500 billion in assets under management.

Brookfield says it has “built the world’s largest pure-play private sector renewable energy business over the past

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