Impact Entrepreneur / Board Member
Rupesh is a co-founder of Global Sustainable Capital Management, a dedicated impact investment asset manager based in London. Prior to this, Rupesh spent nearly a decade at Lehman Brothers and Barclays in equity research in sustainability and clean technology sector, ranking first in the Institutional Investor survey in his last year. Prior to this, Rupesh worked at PwC in the corporate finance practice. Rupesh co-founded Bankers without Boundaries, to utilise former investment bankers for the benefit of the environment and social good.
Rupesh graduated in economics from the London School of Economics, is a chartered accountant and Freeman of the City of London.
Rupesh has been an expert reviewer in various publications with the World Economic Forum, the OECD, Prince of Wales ISU and the UN relating to sustainable development. Rupesh has spoken at COP climate summits, sustainable investment panels and impact events around the world.
Onefarm brings together the world’s knowledge, network and experience to disrupt the current value chain to develop food growth systems that provide affordable, safe and healthy foods in a sustainable way.
An UK based online learning platform that uses cognitive-science learning techniques and artificial intelligence to deliver a curriculum that guarantees students to improve their grades to A* -A
GSCM represents the next generation impact asset manager based in London. GSCM uses proprietary analytics that drive investment decisions and provide assurance around impact goals.
A social enterprise using former investment bankers to structure projects looking to attract private capital that benefit the environment and social good.
Basic Roots is a provider of high-end knowledge support services for corporates/SMEs/start-ups, fund/asset managers, investment banks, and research firms.
The Finance for Biodiversity (F4B) is an initiative aiming to integrate biodiversity into financial decision making and align financial flows with the needs of biodiversity conservation and regeneration.
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