Sara Rosner

Director, Environmental Research and Engagement—Responsible Investment

Sara Rosner is the Director of Environmental Research and Engagement on the Responsible Investment team. She co-chairs the firm’s ESG Research, Training and Thought Leadership Group and manages AB’s collaboration with Columbia University’s Earth Institute, which focuses on enhancing investors’ ability to integrate climate change considerations into their decision-making and investment processes. Prior to joining the firm in 2018, Rosner performed research for the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, where she worked on projects related to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and renewable energy alternatives in the extractive industry. She spent most of her early career as a journalist covering energy and infrastructure finance in the Americas for Euromoney Institutional Investor. Rosner is a global member of 100 Women in Finance and a financial literacy volunteer with the High Water Women Foundation. She holds a BS in international studies, magna cum laude, from Pepperdine University and an MS in sustainability management from Columbia University. Location: New York

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Making ESG Second Nature in Asset Allocation

Making ESG Second Nature in Asset Allocation

by Sara Rosner
ESG is increasingly fundamental to investing, and multi-asset investors face an added ESG dimension: strategic asset allocation. Keeping ESG objectives front and center in the process may not be as second nature as it is with traditional risk/return objectives, but alignment—and a strong investment policy statement—can help.

Asset Allocation, Climate Change, Invest for Purpose, Multi-Asset, Responsible Investing/ESG

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