Temasek has added experienced investment banker and impact investor Ann-Marie Wun to its sustainability team in Singapore.
Wun, who has 16 years of experience in banking, private equity and impact investing, joins the state investment firm as operating partner, sustainability.
She has previously worked for the likes of UBS, Deutsche Bank, and Pacific Star Group in senior investment roles, and PSA International, Singapore’s ports authority, where she worked in the treasury team.
Temasek confirmed that Wun joined the company in December and said she would be part of a team to support Temasek’s sustainability efforts.
She joins a company that has shown a growing focus on sustainability in recent years, both in its own operations and in the companies that it owns and invests in.
Temasek declared in November 2019 that the S$306 billion company, and its portfolio businesses, which include Singapore Airlines, DBS Bank, Singtel, and Capitaland, is to go carbon neutral by 2050. The company also runs high-profile annual sustainability event Ecosperity.
Over the last few years, Temasek has acquired stakes in companies such as Impossible Foods, a food innovation company that aims to replace meat with plant-based food in the human diet.
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