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Who’s Moving Where In Wealth Management? – Investec, Fidelity International, Others

Editorial Staff

31 October 2023

Investec 
The wealth management firm, [tag|Investec Wealth & Investment (UK)|]Investec Wealth & Investment (UK) as director, sustainable investing with a focus on climate integration. Aaron Hay has joined as director, sustainable investing with a focus on ESG integration within the firm’s private credit strategies. 

Cliff will work across the business to enhance Fidelity’s climate strategy and transition plan, driving forward the firm’s commitment to halve emissions across its investment portfolios by 2030 and reach net zero by 2050, the firm said.

Previously head of climate at M&G Investments, Cliff led the climate strategy and transition plan, including the creation of the firm’s net zero investment framework, portfolio analytics tool, scenario modelling and climate reporting. He has over 20 years of investment experience, including as an equity fund manager, having previously worked at firms including Threadneedle Asset Management and Skandia Life.

Hay will lead the development and execution of the sustainable investing strategy for Fidelity’s private credit capabilities, collaborating closely with the firm’s investment professionals to ensure that ESG ideas are consistently integrated throughout the investment process. Hay is joining from Federated Hermes where he was responsible for investee stewardship, sustainable and impact investment strategy, and co-managing a growing sustainable fixed income team.