Greenwashing, biodiversity and the just transition

Watch our panel of ESG experts as they discuss the key ESG themes we’re focusing on in 2023. They explore the multiple ways in which biodiversity loss presents risks for investors and what this means for global economic prosperity, examine the social implications of transitioning to a low-carbon economy and why a “just transition” is important, and touch on how regulators' expectations around ESG practices are evolving in Australia and globally to combat greenwashing.

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Daniela joined Fidelity in August 2021. Prior to that, she was a Senior Responsible Investment Adviser at HESTA, one of Australia’s largest pension funds. While at HESTA, Daniela set up and was the Chair of the investor group of 40:40 Vision, an initiative to achieve gender balance in executive leadership. Daniela has held roles in responsible investment across the UK (Legal and General) and US (Wespath Benefits and Investments) before settling in Australia. She is a non-executive director at RIAA (Responsible Investment Association Australasia) and was a member of the PRI Stewardship Advisory Committee between 2017 and 2021.

Originally from Ecuador, her career began as one of the founding members of a not-for-profit focusing on improving education and health outcomes in the region. Daniela holds an MSc. in Environment and Development from London School of Economics and a B.A in Journalism from Universidad San Francisco de Quito.

Gabriel leads the global development of Sustainable Investing frameworks, policies and investment products at Fidelity International. In this role he works closely with a wide range of stakeholders to help deliver the data, frameworks, proprietary tools, product architecture and policies to support Fidelity's sustainable investing ambitions.

Gabriel joined Fidelity from BNP Paribas Asset Management where he was Global Head of Sustainability Research and managed the global ESG Analyst team. As the team lead, he contributed to developing and delivering BNPP AM’s sustainability research agenda in collaboration with internal and external parties and was responsible for overseeing the development and evolution of BNPP AM’s proprietary ESG scoring framework.

He joined BNPP AM from Goldman Sachs where he was Head of GS SUSTAIN Asia (Goldman Sachs ESG equity research team).

Gabriel supports the development of the sustainable investing ecosystem through participation in a range of industry working groups, educational lectures and webinars.

Based in Sydney, Sue Lyn is a Sustainable Investing Analyst who focusses on ESG engagement and research of sustainable investment thematics. She works closely with Fidelity’s Investment and global Sustainable Investing team to integrate sustainability into Fidelity’s investment processes.

She previously worked at Macquarie Capital where she was an ESG Equity Research Associate evaluating the largest 300 listed companies in Australia on ESG and sustainability initiatives. During her time at Macquarie, her team ranked number one in Australia for ESG research in the well-known Peter Lee Associates Survey. Prior to Macquarie, she was a Senior Portfolio Analyst at an impact investing fund and a Senior Associate in Equity Capital Markets at Citigroup Australia. 

She studied at the University of Pennsylvania, earning a BSc in Economics at the Wharton School and a BA in International Studies as part of the prestigious Huntsman Program. Sue Lyn considers herself a global citizen, having lived in four countries and speaking three languages.