Nathalie Wallace, CIIA

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Nathalie Wallace, CIIA

Nathalie Wallace is Head ESG Strategy & Development at Mirova US. In this role, she is focused on expanding Mirova’s leadership in sustainable investing by developing key partnerships to foster innovative ESG and climate-related fundamental research and investments. She will also lead the firm’s voting and engagement efforts and its diversity and inclusion advocacy initiatives.

She is a long-time advocate for sustainability, having served as Global Head of ESG Investment Strategy at State Street Global Advisors, and while at Ceres advancing collaborative engagement on climate related risks such as Climate Action 100+ and the Investor Initiative for Sustainable Forests. Nathalie dedicated her career to sustainable economic development as an investor in emerging markets. She helped manage and co-managed emerging markets equity funds as a portfolio manager at Baring Asset Management, Wellington management company, Delta Partners and Batterymarch Financial Management.

Nathalie earned her bachelor’s degree at the Institut Supérieur de Gestion Business School in Paris, France and is a Certified International Investment Analyst (CIIA). She served as French Foreign Trade Advisor from 2014 to 2020 and is a member of the Climate Protection Action Committee for the City of Cambridge in Massachusetts and the CFA Institute’s ESG Technical Committee.

July 2021


Green Signs: The Impact of New ESG & Climate Reporting Requirements  on Investment Product Features

Join CFA Society New York for an in-depth panel discussion about the latest developments and regulatory changes regarding Climate Change and ESG reporting. Learn what impact these developments will have on disclosures of ESG-related features of existing and prospective investment products, and explore new considerations for asset managers in the broader sustainable investing space.

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