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Managing Director, Executive Vice President, Chief Sustainability Officer | 13 years industry experience
Managing Director, Executive Vice President, Chief Sustainability Officer 13 years industry experience
Emily Chew is the executive vice president and chief sustainability officer of Calvert Research and Management, which specializes in responsible and sustainable investing across global capital markets, and part of Calvert’s senior management team. Previously, she served as chief responsible investment officer. She joined Calvert Research and Management in 2021.
Emily began her career in the investment management industry in 2011. Before joining Calvert Research and Management, she was the global head of sustainability for investment management at Morgan Stanley Investment Management (MSIM), and she currently co-chairs MSIM’s Sustainability Council. Previously, she was global head of ESG research and integration for Manulife Investment Management, head of Asia-Pacific ESG research for MSCI Inc. and a capital markets lawyer with Baker & McKenzie in Melbourne, Australia, with a focus on funds management, capital raisings and REITs.
Emily earned Bachelors of Laws and Arts (honors) from the University of Melbourne and an MBA from the University of Oxford. She is a member of the CFA’s Technical Working Group to develop a new global ESG disclosure standard for investment funds, and formerly served as rotating chair of the Steering Committee of the Climate Action 100+ investor engagement initiative and chair of the Asian Investor Group on Climate Change.
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