Amelia helps companies respond to the evolving ESG landscape – including investor interest, regulatory pressures and impacts on financial performance. She works with Board members, the C-suite and senior executive teams to focus their ESG efforts and engagements on areas of the greatest business materiality. Amelia has consulted with agenda-setting NGOs and advised clients ranging from global banks to pre-IPO companies, FTSE 350 companies, and U.S. private equity firms.
Prior to Brunswick, Amelia spent 13 years as an Executive Director at J.P. Morgan, creating and leading the International Corporate Access team in New York and London. Over the course of her career she facilitated investment relationships between the world’s leading companies and US institutional investors, and brokered meetings with international finance ministers. In addition to her work on ESG, Amelia draws on her deep experience of capital markets to advise clients on other investor-engagement issues, such as shareholder activism.
Amelia began her career in New York as an equity research analyst at Merrill Lynch and subsequently led investor relations for a statistical arbitrage hedge fund. She holds degrees from the University of Michigan and University of London School of Oriental and African Studies, and was a Visiting Scholar at St Edmund Hall, Oxford.
Leaders of art institutions and big businesses find themselves in surprisingly similar situations. For decades, their performance – and very often their job tenure – were largely determined by a single group: In the corporate world, that was shareholders; in the art world, the board of trustees.
By Amelia Pan
01 November 2019
In today’s era of increased corporate engagement, stakeholders of all kinds are voicing opinions on how a company and its management should deliver value. As the number of activist investor campaigns continue to increase around the world, some recent developments as the activism landscape matures:
By Amelia Pan
27 February 2019