Please join the Wharton Club of Chicago for an insightful evening with Tanya Svidler, Director of Environmental, Social and Governance Solutions with Morningstar
Making a positive impact in your personal investment portfolio
Impact investing has gained considerable traction over the last years. However, the narrow definition of impact does not capture the full range of actions investors can take to contribute to the better world. In this session, we will explore many dimensions of impact and will discuss how investors can integrate their values into their investment portfolios.
Tanya Svidler is a Director of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Solutions at Morningstar, focusing on the expansion of Morningstar’s Sustainability Solutions globally. Prior to joining Morningstar, Tanya was a Vice President at MSCI, responsible for the product development and strategic oversight of MSCI’s ESG Index family. Prior to MSCI, she was a Director of Impact Investing at Global Brigades, focused on the expansion of impact programs and investments in Central America and West Africa. Earlier in her career, Tanya spent over 14 years in Asset Management, primarily at Franklin Templeton: first, on the investment side, and, subsequently, building international institutional business in twenty-six countries across EMEA. Here are a couple personal and fun facts:
- Aside from ESG, Tanya is passionate about mountains, and she has climbed the tallest peaks in Europe and Africa
- She has traveled to 80+ countries and speaks five languages
- She loves comedy improv and thinks Second City (in Chicago) is the best!
Tanya holds BA in Finance from Pace University and an MBA in International Finance from HEC Paris School of Management.
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