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Tom Woodfield

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Analyst
Since joining Architas in February 2018, Tom has developed and implemented a comprehensive ESG analysis tool to be integrated in the investment team’s fund selection and monitoring process. He is also involved in various projects that form key elements of the responsible investment strategy throughout the business.

Prior to joining Architas, Tom spent 4 years at Inflection Point Capital Management as a Sustainable Investment Analyst. Here he was responsible for providing ESG research and investment insights across a number of sustainability enhanced-investment strategies.

Tom has a BSc in Biological Sciences from the University of Exeter and an MSc in Environmental Technology, with a specialisation in economics and policy, from Imperial College London. He is IMC qualified and also holds the CFA UK Level 4 Certificate in ESG investing, having been among the first cohort to pass the exam in September 2019.

THIS WEEK

Latest insights from our team

The View Summer 2020

The Summer edition of The View provides a step-by-step guide to how the political and economic environment has driven financial markets, and what this means for your investments.

Architas to sell UK investment business

Article | Corporate news | 01/07/2020

Architas, part of the global AXA Group, today announced the sale of its UK investment business to Liontrust Asset Management Plc (“Liontrust”). The UK investment business, which includes two regulated legal entities Architas Multi-Manager Limited and Architas Advisory Services Limited, consists of UK regulated funds and UK advisory business with around £5.6bn* in assets. Subject to regulatory approval and approval from Liontrust shareholders, it is expected the sale will be completed by the end of this year. 

Our market view

Article | Investments | 06/05/2020

Given the unprecedented situation and current high levels of volatility in the world economy, markets are clamouring for a conclusion to Covid-19.

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