PGIM Fixed Income has hired Eugenia Unanyants-Jackson as head of ESG research, a newly created role.
Unanyants-Jackson joins from Allianz Global Investors where she was the global head of ESG research and prior to this she was a director of governance and sustainable investment at BMO Global Asset Management.
She also previously held roles at Pensions Investment Research Consultants and the Transnational Crime and Corruption Centre.
Head of credit and head of PGIM Fixed Income in London Rich Greenwood said: "As more of our clients focus on the ESG credentials of their investments and seek more ESG-driven investment opportunities, we developed this role to broaden our ESG capabilities to provide our clients with the type of world class actively managed products they have come to expect from us.
"We are delighted that Eugenia has chosen to join us, bringing with her over a decade of specialist expertise in sustainable investment and ESG."
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