Mark founded ESG Today following a 20 year career in investment management and research. Prior to founding ESG Today, Mark worked at Delaney Capital Management (DCM) in Toronto, Canada, most recently as the firm’s head of U.S. equities. While at DCM, Mark was part of the firm’s ESG team, responsible for evaluating and tracking the sustainability factors impacting portfolio companies, and assessing the suitability of companies for portfolio inclusion. Mark also spent several years in the sell-side research industry, covering the technology and services sectors. Mark holds an MBA from Columbia University in New York, a BBA from the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto, and is a CFA charterholder.

1 Comment

  1. Asle Gunnar Frydenlund
    January 11, 2022 @ 5:36 pm

    Hi Mark,
    Very interesting reading as always, I like the “tone” in most articles as they feel positive and stimulating and a pleasure to read.
    I reckon you also noticed Denmark will now by law fine users of words like or similar meaning to green, sustainable and regenerative if understood my conversation with an inside yesterday. Knowing how all Scandinavian countries are always “adopting” one countries idea into the others rapidly, and it is on high time as we now see 99% greenwash in most posting.
    I left the oil, gas and process industry after 26 years because of a total lack of results when it comes to “everything green and sustainable”. If you take a few minutes looking here: https://www.wosp360.com/ you will see we now can develop, deliver and prove sustainability in a court of law.
    A group of solicitors specialists in corruption and whitewash (6 countries involved) have begun to harvest information from me as several of the 17 SDG’s is about Governance and not only breaching the sustainability framework but also the national laws. To my understanding, I was the first to achieve this and I believe still to be the only one who can show the needed technologies and systems to make this a large new business and business services area.
    The result of WOSP360 is climate will begin to change we begin to understand and respect natures laws, social life will change, finance e and economics will change as everyone needs to change shall we get a better future for our children.
    How can we support the finance industry to begin a real transformation simply because it’s a very good economic idea or principle to reduce risk instead of increasing as happens now?
    ESG is not sustainable but can deliver sustainable results using the wosp360 platform and dashboards, is it a harder matter to sell in US and Canada than over here or in Asian countries?

    Happy to talk with you one day

    Thank you for listening

    Asle

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