Rathbone Greenbank Investments has hired Marian Woodward as impact manager, expanding the firm’s impact focus.
Woodward (pictured) joins from LSE where she has completed a masters in public administration. Before that she was a responsible investment analyst at Fidelity International. She has also served as a consultant for the climate change and sustainability strategy at EY and as a research assistant for the Centre for Refugee Research. Woodward has also worked for the Australian Human Rights Commission and for the Australian Government’s inquiry into establishing a Modern Slavery Act.
She will report to Kate Elliot, head of ethical, sustainable and impact research, who said she will be a “huge asset” to the team.