Mirova, a Natixis Investment Managers affiliate that specialises in sustainable investing, has appointed Lindsey Apple as its Boston-based proxy voting and engagement lead, according to a press statement.
Apple will collaborate with portfolio managers and management on voting and engagement decisions in the US and in Europe. She will lead the firm’s voting policy as regulations and market practices evolve.
She will also carry out the firm’s voting process during voting season while developing a dialogue with regulators, investors and clients.
Before Mirova, Apple worked at MFS for eight years. In her earlier career, she was an attorney at Kerbey Harrington Pinkard. She has also provided legal counsel for the formation of non-profit green startup corporations at Green Pro Bono.