Bridge Investment Group has appointed Matthew Jensen as managing director of ESG and sustainability. Previously, Jensen was chief operating officer of fund operations for Bridge.
NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Bridge Investment Group (“Bridge”) has named Matthew Jensen as Managing Director of ESG and Sustainability. He will oversee the development, implementation and refinement of Firm-wide environmental, social and governance initiatives and practices, driving sustainable investments and operations.
Mr. Jensen is a Partner at Bridge, and previously served as Chief Operating Officer of Fund Operations at the Firm. In his new role, he will lead the Firm’s ESG Steering Committee in setting targets for and promoting Firmwide environmental, social and governance initiatives, collaboration and engagement in areas that are important to Bridge stakeholders, including investors and tenants.
“Environmental, social and governance initiatives have been central to the Bridge approach to sustainable real estate investments, including a focus on community and social programming at our properties to enhance and enable the lives of our tenants and residents,” said Robert Morse, Executive Chairman at Bridge. “With Matt’s appointment, we are confident we can continue to amplify our efforts to own and operate assets in the most efficient and responsible manner possible, to the benefit of all constituencies. Already in 2020 we have uncovered additional opportunities to harness solar capacity at selected assets, and have developed a multi-year social and community programming protocol in our Workforce & Affordable Housing vertical.”
About Bridge Investment Group
Bridge Investment Group is a privately-held real estate investment management firm with $20.1+ billion in assets under management. Bridge combines its 3,600-person, nationwide operating platform with specialized teams of investment professionals focused on select US real estate verticals, which Bridge believes offer above-market opportunity: multifamily, office, seniors housing, workforce & affordable housing, opportunity zones, and debt strategies.