Leverage the world-class expertise of the Engaged Tracking team to inform your organisation’s strategy and goals around sustainable and responsible investing.
How it works
We offer briefing sessions and training workshops designed to supplement in-house resources with independent, external expertise. We structure customised engagements with clients, accounting for timeframes and budgets.
Meet The Team
Sam GillCEO & Co-Founder
Sebastian HoegCFO & Co-Founder
Greg FonaiHead of Data and GHG Reporting Expert
James is a partner at SystemiQ and Chairman of the Overseas Development Institute. He is also an adviser to the Climate Bonds Initiative and Carbon Tracker, and a trustee member of the UK Green Building Council. Previously, he was a non-executive director of Solarcentury and co-founder and chairman of Climate Change Capital (CCC), which grew to be a thriving banking business employing 150 people with $1.5 billion under management. Whilst at CCC, James was named Leader of the Year 2013 at the BusinessGreen Leaders awards.
After starting his career at Google, Sam led the Environmental Investment Organisation (EIO), a not-for-profit research body to become the first and only organisation in the world to rank the world’s largest listed companies by their greenhouse gas emissions and disclosure. In 2014 he co-founded Engaged Tracking to commercialise the work of the EIO. Sam is author of Environmental Tracking 3.0 and serves on the Board of a human rights NGO. He also mentors several other young companies in the climate change sector. Sam holds a first class degree in French from the University of London Institute in Paris.
Before setting up the company, Sebastian spent fours years as an investment banker between Paris and London. He is a non-executive director and investor in several start-up businesses, and also owns an IT consultancy firm. Sebastian holds a Double Honours degree in Political Science and French.
Greg is a specialist in environmental economics and greenhouse gas emissions reporting. He is responsible for the compilation of the data for the ET Carbon Rankings each year, and works closely with our product team to ensure our analytics tools for investors and corporates are best in class. He leads our corporate engagement activities, where he responds to corporate queries and helps companies to improve their greenhouse gas emissions reporting and disclosure. Greg holds a Bachelor’s in Ecology and a Master’s in Environmental Technology from Imperial College, London.
Developing a low carbon investment strategy
Have you considered the full extent of carbon risk?
How will carbon risk impact your investment portfolio in the short, medium and long term?
What are your investment constraints and how can your low carbon investment approach be tailored to meet those constraints?
What is your engagement strategy?
How can you combine your efforts with those of other investors to maximise impact?
Developing a response to the emerging circular economy
Are you incorporating the the circular economy theme into your investment thesis?
How will the transition to a low carbon more circular economy impact your investments?
What are the key issues to consider?
Developing sustainable investment strategy the aligns with the UN Sustainable Development Goals
Do you have a sustainable investment strategy already, if so how can it be optimised?
How will the transition to a low carbon more circular and sustainable economy impact your investments?
What are the key issues to consider?
Do you need help in considering how to integrate ESG into your investment decision-making process?