Nanuk hires investment analyst

nanuk asset management nanuk jane henderson eric siegloff Perpetual QIC solaris

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Nanuk Asset Management has appointed Jane Henderson as investment analyst in a bid to seek out companies with sustainable business models.

Henderson has 30 years’ experience in both analyst and portfolio manager roles, including nine years with Norges Bank Investment Management, as well as Perpetual, QIC and Solaris.

CEO Eric Siegloff said Henderson’s extensive global investment experience and proven skill were highly complementary to their investment team and the firm’s dedicated focus on sustainably-themed investing.

Siegloff said Henderson would seek out and invest in companies which were profitably adapting their business models, practices and outcomes in response to current environmental challenges and constraints.

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