London Stock Exchange Group (LSE:LSEG) has appointed Adrian Rimmer as its new director for sustainable finance.
- Adrian Rimmer has re-joined the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) as a director for sustainable finance.
- He will work with the capital markets and post trade businesses to define and implement their sustainable finance strategy.
- He is also a non-executive director of Evora Global, a leading sustainable real-estate advisor and software business.
LSEG has appointed Adrian Rimmer as its new director for sustainable finance. The role entails working with the capital markets and post trade businesses to define and implement their sustainable finance strategy, which is part of LSEG’s support for the global transition to a sustainable, low carbon economy.
He previously worked with LSEG to scale up sustainable finance initiatives across the capital markets business, from education on best practices in ESG and climate disclosure to financing the transition and scaling Green Economy companies and funds. He was part of the team that recently launched LSEG’s Voluntary Carbon Market.
Rimmer is currently a non-executive director of Evora Global, a leading sustainable real-estate advisor and software business. His previous experience includes establishing ABN AMRO Bank’s (AMS:ABN) environmental markets business in 2006, creating one of the first integrated sustainable finance offerings in the investment banking sector. He later supported renewable energy and cleantech clients as a director in ABN AMRO/RBS’ corporate finance team.
In 2010 Rimmer joined the international certification body Gold Standard as a chief executive, where he led the development of carbon markets and impact finance models for deploying clean technologies, sustainable land use, water access and the delivery of Sustainable Development Goals.
He most recently was a partner at FGS Global, a major strategic communication agency, where he worked on stakeholder engagement with their sustainable business and ESG strategies.