Maxime Perrin is head of the sustainable investment team at LOIM since March 2021. The team’s is responsible for the proper implementation of sustainability initiatives by all portfolio management teams across all asset classes. The team was created by the LOIM CEO office as a unit responsible for supporting the firm’s ambition to be a leader in the sustainable investment field. It is made up of experienced investment professionals from all asset classes, with a track record in integrating sustainability in investment processes. Previously, Maxime was help build Lombard Odier’s convertible bond franchise, growing it into one of the world’s largest with assets under management of €8.5bn between 2007 and 2020. Among other projects, Maxime Perrin was key in developing the first and largest sustainable global convertible bond mandate for one of Europe’s largest pension fund. Prior to joining LOIM, Maxime was in charge of CROCI (Cash Return on Capital Invested) equity research for the capital goods, transport, materials and automotive sectors at Deutsche Bank from January 2005, having helped develop the CROCI indices and funds from 2002. CROCI is now a benchmark for quantitative equity research, distributed worldwide by many banks. Previously, he was an economist at Swissca Securities from 1999 to 2002. He began his career as an analyst at Credit Suisse First Boston in 1997. Maxime earned an MBA from Lehigh University in Pennsylvania in 1996. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from the French Business School ESCEM.
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Lombard Odier Champions Sustainability and Highlights Key Role of the Private Wealth Community Lombard Odier has for a good number of years been earning a justified reputation for its dedication to promoting the expanding universe of ESG investments, adding to its multi-decade commitment to sustainability and climate change mitigation. In fact, the bank today aims to curate 99% of the bank’s....
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