- Most recently, Murray was the global head of ESG for Sun Life Capital Management
- She also worked as global head of ESG with BentallGreenOak
Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board has named Anna Murray as senior managing director and global head of sustainable investing. Her appointment became effective on December 5.
In the role, Murray will support Ontario Teachers’ plan to create a lasting, positive impact while creating value for members. By working closely with executives and investment teams across the organization, she will execute on the fund’s climate strategy and net-zero targets, advance its approach to impact investing and oversee corporate governance activities, including proxy voting and public company engagements. She will also oversee the continued integration and assessment of ESG opportunities and risks in the investment process.
“Sustainable investing is a key part of Ontario Teachers’ strategy as it generates positive, real-world impacts while supporting long-term value creation for our members. We look forward to Ms. Murray and her team helping us meet our impact-related commitments, as well as continue to evolve our approach and build on our leadership in sustainable investing,” said Ontario Teachers’ Chief Investment Officer Ziad Hindo, in a statement.
Most recently, Murray was the global head of ESG for Sun Life Capital Management. She also worked as global head of ESG with BentallGreenOak, SLC Management’s real estate investment manager and a provider of real estate services.
Toronto-headquartered Ontario Teachers’ is a global investor with net assets of C$242.5 billion as at June 30, 2022. It invests across assets classes to deliver retirement income for 333,000 current and retired teachers in Ontario.