At Holden & Partners we have always believed that we can work in a way that benefits both our clients and the world around us. As a passionate B Corp company, we are committed to being a force for good and that ethos has never seemed more important to us than in such alarming times.
Join us on Thursday 19th of May at 11:30am, when we will take a look at how current events are shaping the sustainable investment landscape and explore some of the myths that still surround sustainable investing…
- Is sustainable investing a marketing fad?
- Are sustainable investments riskier than traditional ones?
- Is sustainable investment all about environmental issues?
We will be joined by global investment manager, Ninety One, for their perspective and to take a closer look at the variety of sustainable investments available.
Steven Pyne, Managing Partner, Holden & Partners
Steven is a founding partner of Holden and Partners and works with clients in London, Norfolk and the West Country, ranging from partners in city law and accountancy firms, through to individuals seeking to manage their income in retirement.
Steven is passionate about Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investment issues and has played a significant role in developing the Holden & Partners approach and commitment to sustainable investing.
Steven has dealt with many of his clients for over ten years. He has been quoted on both financial planning and ethical investment issues in Citywire, New Model Adviser and Investment Adviser, and also appeared on the BBC.
Paul Dennis, Investment Director, Holden & Partners & the investment team
Prior to joining Holden & Partners, Paul built innovative investment management solutions for two fintech start-up businesses, after spending six years at Arbuthnot Latham where he was responsible for managing risk-based investment portfolios of private clients, charities and small businesses whilst undertaking the role of analyst of several asset classes within the wider team.
Paul holds Chartered MCSI status through a combination of CISI Private Client Investment Advice and Management, the IMC and CISI Securities.
Sam Anthony, Analyst, Ninety One
Sam is an analyst in the Thematic Equity team within Multi-Asset at Ninety One. He joined the team in 2018 and his primary responsibilities include coverage of mining and environmental sectors. Specialising in base, precious and battery metals within the mining sector, he is also focused on analysis of electric vehicle, energy, water and land efficiency markets. He initially joined the firm as an investment writer specialising in Natural Resources.
Prior to joining the firm, Sam was part of the investment team at Arbuthnot Latham, with primary responsibility for the Natural Resources sector. He began his career as a Geologist, gaining experience in both iron ore exploration and mine development, whilst working for Roy Hill and Hancock Prospecting in Australia.
He graduated from Durham University with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) degree in Geology in 2011. Sam is a CFA® Charterholder and holds the Investment Management Certificate (IMC). Sam is currently studying for a Master’s Degree in Sustainability Leadership from the University of Cambridge.