Departing CEO Fiona Reynolds tells AsianInvestor how she hopes that, within a five-year period, human rights will be as important as climate issues for most investors.
Gupta joined Goldman Sachs in early 2005 from Kotak Mahindra Capital Company in Mumbai. During his stint at Goldman he was part of the investment banking team and worked on M&A and capital markets transactions across south east Asia, India and greater China. Gupta started his career in investment banking at ICICI Securities, also in Mumbai, in May 2002, and was there until he joined Kotak in end 2003.
Gupta is an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management at Ahmedabad and before that got a bachelors degree from Shri Ram College of Commerce in Delhi.
The NGO's election of a Japanese insurer board member promises to improve ESG stewardship in fixed income, plus bridge the gap between investors and policymakers.
Insto roundup: GPIF makes record cut to treasuries weighting; AustralianSuper to triple private debt investments
Omers to buy Indian renewable power producer; GPIF made record cut to treasuries weighting; AustralianSuper's private debt investments to hit A$15 billion by 2024; Hong Kong Exchange Fund's investment income recovers for H1 2021; China's securities regulator claims to seek closer cooperation with US; Allianz wins approval from Chinese regulators to launch asset management firm; and more
Non-deliverable forwards are now at the forefront of mind for investors in the region after the pandemic, despite some regulatory concerns.
Future Fund internally appoints deputy CIO for portfolio strategy; CPPIB promotes Suyi Kim to run global private equity; NPS extends CIO term for second time; Willis Towers Watson appoints Australian investments head; Knight Frank promotes Apac director to run global capital strategies; Natixis Investment Managers names head of distribution for Emea.