Sustainability Leaders, presented by BMO

Sustainability is a rapidly evolving field driven by billions of dollars in global investment. In this podcast series, we introduce you to the innovative minds and diverse perspectives that are pushing the boundaries in good sustainability practice. With topics ranging from climate change to sustainable finance, and green bonds to human rights and responsible investing, we explore the world of corporate sustainability through interviews with corporate practitioners, investors, scholars and the NGO community.

For more sustainability insights from BMO visit bmo.com/sustainabilityleaders.

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Host: Michael Torrance

Michael Torrance

Chief Sustainability Officer BMO Financial Group
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Podcast host Manju Seal

Manju Seal

Head of Sustainable Finance Advisory, BMO Capital Markets
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David Sneyd, Host

David Sneyd

Vice President, Analyst, Responsible Investment
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Today, we bring you a special episode as part of our partnership with Bloomberg for Sustainable Finance Week – a collection of events around this topic in New York City and Toronto, happening the first week of December. Our guest is Lee Ballin, the Head of Business Development for Sustainability at BloombergNEF – Bloomberg’s primary research group focused […]

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