Fiona Reynolds


Fiona Reynolds joins Conexus as CEO

As the Australian superannuation market further professionalises, Conexus's new CEO will be able to bring her global view to the domestic landscape and contribute to super funds and providers developing global best practices. 
Hedge Funds

Investors key to Paris agreement

The Paris climate agreement has been hailed for recognising the role institutional investors will play in meeting new carbon emission targets and keeping climate change below 2 degrees of warming. Fiona Reynolds, managing director of the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI), described the agreement between nearly 200 governments around the world as the turning point […]
Policy and Regulation

Sustainable investors on the “right side of history”

World leaders have called for sustainability reporting by companies to become normal practice and for such metrics to be used by investors. The UN Sustainable Development Summit at UN headquarters in New York has created global goals for stock exchanges, investors and companies. The launch was celebrated with a special closing bell ceremony at the […]
Investment Strategy

Women in Super hear from Reynolds

Managing director of PRI, Fiona Reynolds, has called on Australia’s super funds for more action on ESG implementation as part of the organisation’s bid to move from awareness to impact on ESG. In Australia as the guest speaker at the Women in Super national roadshow, Reynolds says that asset owners can ask managers for more, […]
Hedge Funds

Super funds’ priorities reshaping passive managers

The sheer weight of assets held by passive managers is dramatically increasing their power to engage with companies on issues of corporate governance and ESG. Investment Magazine investigates the mixed messages coming out of the three biggest passive managers as they attempt to meet engagement expectations from institutional investors. Two trends are causing institutional investors to ask more from passive management, fuelling a change […]