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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.
There’s still time to enter the Brainwaves competition before the end of April, with winners awards on May 23rd
Ahead of next week’s RI Netherlands conference, a temperature-take on where policy and asset owner action is heading
The reality is that responsible investment has been ahead of the political and societal curve, even if its hard-fought success is based on a paradox
Under intense lobbying fire, a Eurosif paper busts some myths on the EU’s taxonomy, and indirectly poses some bigger questions
We are undergoing a re-alignment in global policy, regulation and consumer attention based on huge meta-drivers; so what does it all mean for investors?
Treasury requests market views on new draft decree
Make older age care sustainable and win £500 for each Brainwave and £10,000 to the winning Business Plan!
We face an older age care crisis that needs more thought and better finance ideas, explains Hugh Wheelan
The Global Public Policy Committee has penned a letter on the topic following recent investor pressure
My letter to the north pole this year.

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