Mercer expands responsible investment team

Mercer has made three new hires to its global responsible investment team in a bid to integrate environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) risks and opportunities to clients’ portfolios.

Timothy Stamp, Max Messervy and Tomi Nummela would join the Australian, Boston and London Mercer officers respectively.

Mercer’s global business leader of responsible investment, Helga Birgden, said she the new hires would leverage their collective industry knowledge and experience to provide exceptional support for our clients who are looking to address ESG risks and opportunities, including climate change, on both a regional and global scale.

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Stamp joined the Australian team from KPMG, where he held roles as a senior consultant in the human rights and social impact team in Sydney, and a social auditor in London.

Messervy joined the Boston team from the insurance practice in Ceres, a non-profit sustainability advocacy organisation, and Nummela joined the UK team from the Principles of Responsible Investments leading their investment practice development.

“We’re excited to welcome Max, Tomi and Timothy to our global Responsible Investment team.” said Birgden.


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