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Spotlight on ESG Talent in Asset Management

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The Headlines

Tomorrow’s corporate winners will be those with a powerful ESG proposition. Without it, companies
will struggle to attract employees, customers, and investors. For Asset Managers, ESG will determine
whether a company is “investable”.

In this paper we look at what that means for ESG talent in Asset Management:

• Asset Managers are moving ESG roles from niche expertise to firm-wide integration
• Change is happening fast; Covid has accelerated existing trends and 2021 will be a critical year of
transformation
• Need to look beyond the Asset Management sector for talent as ESG responsibilities change.

Spotlight on ESG Talent in Asset Management

UK Bank Boards Analysis, January 2021

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Welcome to the eleventh, bi-annual Ridgeway Partners UK Bank Boards Analysis, as of January 2021.

We list all non executive and executive board members, including their board roles, business backgrounds,
nationality, gender and tenure.

We have also included selected analytics on the 354 directors across the 36 banks.
We have divided the sector into the following groups:
Table 1a Largest UK Bank/Mutual Boards
Table 1b Ring-Fenced and Non-Ring-Fenced UK Bank Boards
Table 2 Mid-sized Listed UK Bank Boards
Table 3 Subsidiary/Private Equity/Hedge Fund backed UK Bank Boards
Table 4 Larger UK Building Societies and Leading Irish Bank Boards
Table 5 ‘Neobank’/Fintech UK Bank Boards
For this edition, we have added selected company and Chief Executive Officer highlights and
analytics at the back of the document.

UK BANK BOARDS ANALYSIS REPORT, JANUARY 2021

UK Bank Boards Analysis, July 2020

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Welcome to the tenth, bi-annual Ridgeway Partners UK Bank Boards Analysis, as of July 2020.

We list all non executive and executive board members, including their board roles, business backgrounds,
nationality, gender and tenure.

We have also included selected analytics on the 346 directors across the 34 banks.

We have divided the sector into the following groups:
Table 1a Largest UK Bank/Mutual Boards
Table 1b Ring-Fenced and Non-Ring-Fenced UK Bank Boards
Table 2 Mid-sized Listed UK Bank Boards
Table 3 Subsidiary/Private Equity/Hedge Fund backed UK Bank Boards
Table 4 Larger UK Building Societies and Leading Irish Bank Boards
Table 5 ‘Neobank’/Fintech UK Bank Boards
Given the unique COVID-19 context, we have added some commentary on impacts on the boardroom and potential future implications.

UK Bank Boards Analysis Report, July 2020

UK Bank Boards Analysis, February 2020

By Insights

Welcome to the ninth, bi-annual Ridgeway Partners UK Bank Boards Analysis, as of February 2020.

We list all non executive and executive board members, including their board roles, business backgrounds,
nationality, gender and tenure.

We have also included selected analytics on the 347 directors across the 33 banks.

We have divided the sector into the following groups:
Table 1a Largest UK Bank/Mutual Boards
Table 1b Ring-Fenced and Non-Ring-Fenced UK Bank Boards
Table 2 Mid-sized Listed UK Bank Boards
Table 3 Subsidiary/Private Equity/Hedge Fund backed UK Bank Boards
Table 4 Larger UK Building Societies and Leading Irish Bank Boards
Table 5 ‘Neobank’/Fintech UK Bank Boards

UK Bank Boards Analysis Report, February 2020