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Fidelity’s global head of stewardship relocates to London

Jenn-Hui Tan is tasked with building out the team in Europe following similar efforts in Asia.

Fidelity International’s global head of stewardship and sustainable investing Jenn-Hui Tan has relocated to London from Singapore.

Tan’s move to London is temporary as he seeks to build out the team in Europe, much like he has done in Asia over the past several months.

Fidelity recently hired Paul Milon and Tina Chang as director and associate director respectively for sustainable investing.

Milon joined Fidelity last month from BNP Paribas Asset Management, where he was most recently head of stewardship for Asia Pacific, while Chang is set to join Fidelity in mid-September from BlackRock, where she has served as vice president of Greater China stewardship. Both are based in Hong Kong.

In May, Fidelity also hired Ellie Tang as director for sustainable investing. She joined from New World Development where she was most recently head of sustainability. She is also based in Hong Kong.

Tan has served as global head of stewardship and sustainable investing for the past three years. He has worked at Fidelity for nearly 15 years and previously served as head of capital markets and corporate governance for Asia Pacific.

He started his career as a solicitor at Norton Rose Fulbright.

This story first appeared on our sister publication, ESG Clarity.

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