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April 15, 2021
Hear from Meryam Omi, Head of Sustainability and Responsible Investment Strategy at LGIM, as we address two key questions for Asset Managers.
In this instalment of the Climate Risk Podcast we address two pressing questions facing asset managers and explore their implications for the financial sector more broadly.
The first question is a fundamental one: what is the appropriate role for asset owners and asset managers in relation to climate change? How do these roles relate to one another and how far reaching are their obligations?
The second is an equally pressing question for the sector: engagement or divestment? When is it right to deploy one approach over the other? How impactful are these strategies and how can we navigate some of the unintended consequences?
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Meryam Omi - Head of Sustainability and Responsible Investment Strategy at LGIM
Since joining LGIM in 2008, Meryam has been instrumental in establishing its engagement programme on key sustainability topics. She also led the launch of funds in the pioneering Future World range, as well as the Climate Impact Pledge, which is LGIM’s commitment to engage and act on climate change.
In her current role, Meryam is responsible for integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) aspects into the investment process at LGIM and for creating responsible investment product solutions.