Pinebridge Investments appoints Kate Faraday as global head of corporate responsibility

PineBridge Investments has appointed Kate Faraday as global head of corporate responsibility.

In this newly created role, Faraday will report directly to PineBridge’s CEO, Greg Ehret. Her primary responsibilities will be to work closely with PineBridge’s Corporate Responsibility Steering Committee, which oversees the firm’s subcommittees.

She will oversee PineBridge’s corporate responsibility strategy and execution of key initiatives with continued focus on furthering development on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) principals into PineBridge’s investment process, as well as to ensure PineBridge continues to uphold the highest practices as a responsible corporate citizen.

She joined PineBridge in 2007 and was most recently head of client portfolio management, Americas equities and portfolio manager for the research enhanced quantitative equities strategies, as well as chair of PineBridge’s Culture Committee and a member of the Diversity & Inclusion Committee, and Company Responsibility Committee. Previously, she was a global equity trader responsible for trading domestic, global, and emerging market portfolios at PineBridge.

Prior to joining PineBridge, she began her career at Merrill Lynch on the Middle Markets Research & Trading desk, and was an equity trader at KR Capital Advisors, an investment advisory firm. She holds an Executive MBA degree from the Zarb School of Business at Hofstra University and a Bachelor of Science degree from Nazareth College of Rochester.

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