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Hugh Wheelan

Hugh has written extensively on investment, corporate and sustainability issues for UK national newspapers including The Observer and The Financial Times. He has interviewed some of the biggest names in global institutional finance and sustainability. He won the respected Aon Consulting award for European Pensions and Investment Journalist of the Year in 2006. From 2004 to 2007 he was Paris Correspondent and before that Fund Management Editor at Financial News, part of the Wall Street Journal. Prior to that he was Political and Economic advisor to Irene Khan, secretary general of Amnesty International. From 1997 to 2003 he worked at Investment & Pensions Europe (IPE) magazine where he held the position of Deputy Editor, launch Editor of IPE Real Estate and launch Editor of IPE.com.
Former CalPERS CIO returns to the US after 18 months at UK activist manager
Can scoring move SRI to the mainstream?
3iG, the global interfaith movement, says it must do more than just exclude companies.
Fund will increase ‘renewables’ if €500m venture with ABP is successful.
The UN PRI has been a huge success in putting ESG issues into the public arena. But might investors need to do more to avoid a backlash?
Long-term investment performance is the firm’s mantra.
After Live Earth, Al Gore’s fund management firm launches a hybrid climate change solutions fund.
Clearinghouse has helped investors join forces to engage with Walmart and car manufacturers
UK pension clients examine reputation risks
US superfund has Hewlett-Packard and UnitedHealth Group in its sights

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