Leading Australian equities investment management company, DNR Capital, has announced the appointment of specialist ESG Investment Analyst, Natasha McKean.

With more than 19 years of investment experience, Natasha joins DNR Capital from Maple-Brown Abbott and JPMorgan where she held positions including ESG, equity strategy, portfolio management and M&A (mergers & acquisitions).

Natasha will be the dedicated ESG (Environmental Social and Governance) Investment Analyst across all of the DNR Capital Australian equity investment strategies, working directly with portfolio managers and analysts throughout the investment process.

DNR Capital Chief Investment Officer, Jamie Nicol said, “the appointment of Natasha further enhances our ESG capabilities. Having launched a dedicated socially responsible investment strategy in 2006, DNR Capital has maintained a clear commitment to ESG research and a strong appreciation for the value of an integrated approach.”

Natasha has a Bachelor of Mining Engineering (Honours) and Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Queensland and is a CFA Charterholder.

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