Friday November 27, 2020

Sean Hawkshaw: ‘Engagement is an increasingly powerful tool in terms of influencing how companies behave’

Sean Hawkshaw of KBI Global Investors realised from early on that responsible investing – assessing potential investments along environmental, social and good governance criteria (ESG) – was both financially prudent and ethically rewarding

Daniel Murray

Business Reporter

@danieltmurray
16th February, 2020

Role: chief executive of KBI Global Investors

Age: 55

Lives: Castleknock

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