Oliver Gregson, Managing Director of JP Morgan’s Private Bank in the UK, Channel Islands & Ireland, looks at the factors that are driving the sustainability agenda.
Oliver Gregson, head of the UK and Ireland markets for JPMorgan Private Bank was quoted in the Financial Times on measuring the social impact of ESG portfolios.
Oliver Gregson of JP Morgan Private Bank identified five key drivers creating change in sustainable investing – a changing world, investor preferences, public policy, risk and return, and greater availability of sustainable projects in which to invest.
Oliver Gregson, head of UK Ireland for JP Morgan Private Bank, said: “It’s no surprise that 2020 brought unique challenges to businesses owned or managed by women in the UK and, whilst last year was a record year for equity investment into female-powered businesses, this is still a fraction of the more than £13bn invested in all UK growth companies last year.”
Oliver Gregson, head of UK & Ireland for the J.P. Morgan Private Bank said: “We commissioned this report as a result of a focus on best advising our female clients. Along the way, we determined a need to better understand the role women play in UK business and enterprise so that we can become their bank of choice."