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.

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  1. eric glass
    April 25, 2022 @ 5:40 pm


    According to the recent report, “Banking on Climate Chaos: Fossil Fuel Finance Report 2022,” Citi’s investment banking division was responsible for $41.3 billion in fossil fuel financing for 2021 and $285 billion over the period 2016-2021. I think it’s unfortunate that you are only revealing one side of the story. I appreciate the “progress” that Citi and others are attempting to make but lauding that progress without also mentioning the environmental degradation financed to data (and still on-going) is omitting the historical context.

    A trillion dollars toward sustainability through 2030 is a phenomenal goal and one I hope you and others will track and verify. I’m curious, how much will Citi have invested in fossil fuels between 1950-2030? Stock and flow with the stock of emissions accumulating over time.

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