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1 September 2020
Jean Hynes to Succeed Brendan Swords as Chief Executive Officer of Wellington Management
Wellington Management announced that Brendan Swords, Chief Executive Officer, will retire from Wellington on 30 June 2021. At that time Jean Hynes, Managing Partner, will succeed Mr. Swords as Chief Executive Officer.

June 2020
Wendy Cromwell featured on Capital Allocators podcast
Tune in to hear Wellington’s Wendy Cromwell discuss sustainable investing with Ted Seides, host of the popular investing podcast Capital Allocators. Wendy is the first of 10 industry leaders to be featured in a series called  Sustainable Investing: The Next Frontier. In the 70-minute episode, Wendy shares her insights on this growing global market, Wellington’s sustainable investing capabilities, and why several market inefficiencies present avenues for active investors to deliver value.

5 May 2020
Wellington and leading Canadian pension plan to further integrate climate science research
Wellington Management, one of the world’s largest independent investment management firms, and Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (“Ontario Teachers’”), the largest single-profession pension plan in Canada, announced they have expanded their strategic relationship to further integrate leading climate science research into the pension plan’s investment process. For this new initiative with Ontario Teachers, Wellington will continue to collaborate with Woods Hole Research Center, the world’s top-ranked climate change think tank.

November 2019
Wellington Management Announces Close of Biomedical Innovation Fund I at $393M
Wellington Management, one of the world’s largest independent investment management firms, today announced the final close of the oversubscribed Wellington Biomedical Innovation Fund I. The Fund will invest in private biotechnology companies that are focused on drug discovery and development, and are seeking capital to advance their scientific programs.

September 2019
Wellington and CalPERS announce new framework for assessing climate change risks
Wellington Management and the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) have launched a new framework designed to help companies and their executive teams assess and disclose the potential impacts of the physical risks of climate change (P-ROCC) on their business. This new P-ROCC framework seeks to improve how companies disclose their physical vulnerabilities, and thereby help asset owners and investment managers better evaluate the ability of the companies they invest in to adapt to or mitigate such risks.

View Of Suspension Bridge Over River Against Cloudy Sky

July 2019
Wellington joins the Association of British Insurers as associate member
Wellington is honoured to be the first investment manager to become an associate member of the Association of British Insurers. As a trusted steward of our clients’ assets, our commitment to British insurers requires a deep understanding of both the regulatory environment and the challenges facing their investment portfolios. This includes climate change, where the ABI has been actively helping insurers understand the related risks and policy initiatives.

April 2019
What does the future of sustainable investing look like?
At the Milken Institute Global Conference in April, Wellington’s director of sustainable investment, Wendy Cromwell, spoke with LinkedIn editor Devin Banerjee about how sustainable investing has evolved, how physical climate risks are affecting the pricing of securities now, and what might help create future outperformers in the sustainable investing universe.

April 2019
Barron’s: Wellington’s Climate Strategy
Our evolving approach to environmental, social, and corporate governance investing is covered in this article by Barron’s – with a focus on our climate research and our partnership with Wood’s Hole Research Center.

April 2019
The New York Times: Incorporating climate science research into our investment process
Our commitment to research at the intersection of climate science and investment management is highlighted in this New York Times  article featuring Wellington’s Director of Climate Research Chris Goolgasian and Portfolio Manager Alan Hsu. Our collaborative climate science initiative with Woods Hole Research Center is helping us better assess the   risks and opportunities posed by climate change.

2018 Gender Pay Gap Report cover

28 March 2019
 2018 Gender Pay Gap Report
Wellington Management International Ltd (WMIL) has published its 2018 Gender Pay Gap Report. While our gender pay numbers are not where we would like them to be, we are committed to making progress. Read our latest report to learn about how we’re expanding and intensifying our gender-related initiatives — and about the evidence of impact we’re starting to see across our female population, including at senior levels. We recognise that this is a journey and are confident that our efforts will translate into steady results over time.

Learn more on our Diversity and inclusion  page

February 2019
Reactions magazine’s Women’s Leadership Forum 2019
Insurance Fixed Income Portfolio Managers Alyssa Irving and Elizabeth Kleinerman were recently featured as part of Reactions magazine’s Women’s Leadership Forum 2019. Alyssa and Liz reflect on valuable personal and professional advice they have received throughout their careers and provide insightful lessons learned both inside and outside of Wellington. – Sponsored content

14 January 2019
Hear Jean Hynes on the Capital Allocators podcast
Wellington’s Jean Hynes was recently featured on the Capital Allocators podcast, discussing her nearly three decades as a health care investor and senior leader of our firm. During the interview, she touches on Wellington’s collaborative culture, our approach to globalization, and changes in the health care sector.

5 December 2018
Wendy Cromwell elected to PRI board
Our Vice Chair and Director of Sustainable Investment, Wendy Cromwell, has been elected to the United Nations-backed Principles for Responsible Investment Board as an investment manager representative.

24 September 2018
Press release: Strategic climate science initiative
Boston, MA, September 24, 2018 – Wellington Management Company LLP (“Wellington”), one of the world’s largest independent investment management firms, and Woods Hole Research Center (“WHRC”), the world’s leading independent climate research institute, today announced a collaborative initiative to integrate climate science and asset management.

June 2018
Bloomberg article: “Wellington Pushes ESG 2.0 Focusing on Alpha More Than Altruism”
Several Wellington experts were interviewed in this article focusing on how environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) considerations are being used to help asset managers make more informed decisions about the companies they hold in their portfolios.

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