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Mr. James Robertson

Mr. James Robertson

As a member of the PRI’s Signatory Relations team and since joining from the Association for Sustainable & Responsible Investment in Asia (ASrIA), James has spent the last 5 years helping to establish the PRI’s Hong Kong office, working not only to support and grow the PRI’s signatory base and presence in Asia, but seeking to drive the development of responsible investment and a transition towards a more sustainable financial system through engagement, collaboration and capacity building with investors and a range of key stakeholders and partners across the region.

Head of Asia (ex-China & Japan)
Principles for Responsible Investment

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James joined the PRI team in 2015 as Project Manager to help establish the organisation’s Hong Kong office, following the merger of the Association for Sustainable & Responsible Investment in Asia (ASrIA) and the PRI leading to the establishment of the Asia (ex-Japan) Network.

In the roles of Network Manager and then as Head of Asia (ex-China & Japan), James is responsible for managing relationships with the PRI’s Asia signatory base as well as leading outreach to potential new signatories, supporting project and policy activities in the region, and working closely with investors, partner organisations and stakeholders to support the development of responsible investment across local markets.

Prior to joining the PRI James worked with regional body ASrIA, an organisation dedicated to promoting SRI across the region, with responsibilities across operations, projects, communications and membership.

James has previously worked and volunteered with a range of organisations in the non-profit sector across education, poverty, human rights and international development. James holds a BA in Law and a Masters in International Politics - International Relations from the University of Manchester.

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