Updated: Aug 17, 2022
In the third part of our future ready board series, we feature Patricia Rodrigues Jenner who is a Non-Executive Director, Investment and ESG Specialist. Patricia is currently appointed at Legal & General Assurance Society Ltd, AERIF plc, GLIL Infrastructure and African Infrastructure Investment Manager.
Patricia is talking to us about the urgently needed energy transition, and the opportunity of infrastructure investment as well as ways to implement change faster. She also shares how she approaches good environmental and social governance with fellow board members, and what she does personally to be an authentic sustainable leader.
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About Patricia Rodrigues Jenner
Non-Executive Director, Investment and ESG Specialist, Legal & General Assurance Society Ltd, AERIF plc, GLIL Infrastructure and African Infrastructure Investment Manager
Patricia is an experienced Non-Executive Board Director with a breadth of institutional experience across infrastructure / real estate / private equity/ ESG investment. Over the past two decades, Patricia has been an investment manager at Macquarie, multi-manager at Townsend and LP at the UK Government and PSP, leveraging her cross-sector and cultural perspectives.
Patricia’s dual ambitions of investing well and seeking to protect the planet led her to join in 2011 the UK Government to help create the UK Green Investment Bank, the world’s first green bank.
Patricia is a Non-Executive Board Director at Legal and General Assurance Society Ltd and the European renewables investment company AERIF plc. Patricia is Senior Advisor and Non-Executive Independent Investment Committee Member at GLIL, a fund manager funded by pension plans to invest in UK infrastructure, and Old Mutual’s African Infrastructure Investment Fund 4.
Patricia began her career in finance with Morgan Stanley. She holds a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Cambridge University.
About 'Leadership Conversations by TSBR'
Leadership Conversations is a podcast by The Sustainability Board Report (TSBR), an independent not-for-profit project. We aim to showcase different dimensions of sustainable business leadership and corporate governance.
In this podcast we interview global leaders who advocate for more positive societal impact and responsible business.