Graham is a sustainable investment strategist at SinCo – sustainable investment consulting – and co-founder of the not-for-profit Africa Sustainable Investment Forum project, AfricaSIF.org. At AfricaSIF.org, together with the volunteer project team, he has been an advocate for sustainable investment in Africa. At SinCo he leads engagements to design and develop the sustainable investment case for clients managing billion dollar investments or global investor initiatives. As ESG architect he integrates environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors into investment strategies, processes and indexes in frontier and emerging markets. Recent projects tackled private equity ESG architecture, pension fund investment value chains, portfolio risks from carbon taxes, a national sustainability index, shareholder activism and impact investing. His peer learning work includes launching the UN-backed PRI Emerging Markets Project for UNEPFI in 2007/8. Before joining KLD in Boston, he worked in investment banking and managed private sector pension funds, exiting global multi-manager SEI Investments in 2002. Graham lectures on sustainable investment at leading business schools in North America, Europe and Africa, is an advisor to the Yale University Dwight House SRI Fund, and has presented on sustainable investment to over 200 audiences since 2002. He has contributed three chapters on Private Equity, Africa and Sustainability Indexes to “Evolutions in Sustainable Investing” (Wiley Finance, 2012). Graham chairs the Prudential Assets Working Group of the investment industry group ASISA, Senior Associate of the Environmental Leadership Program and inaugural cohort of the WWF/IMD One Planet Leaders Programme, a member of the Investment Analysts Society and lifetime member of Net Impact. Graham holds an MBA from the Villanova School of Business and LL.B from the Howard College School of Law as well as various industry certifications. He resides in Vermont, USA and Cape Town, South Africa. On any day he would rather be cycling a mountain pass.