Chief Executive Officer, Lane Clark & Peacock
I am LCP’s Chief Executive Officer, with overall responsibility for defining and delivering the firm’s strategy, to meet the evolving needs of LCP’s clients and people as the firm continues to grow.
I advise the trustees or corporate sponsors of some of the UK’s largest pension schemes.
My work with trustees is focused on maximising the security of their members’ benefits, through the optimum combination of funding strategy, investment strategy and engagement with the sponsor. My work with companies is focused on lightening their pensions burden. I have particular expertise in: establishing effective and joined-up funding and investment strategies; the use of contingent assets; and pensioner buy-ins and buy-outs.
Executive Director, Impact Investing Institute
Sarah is Executive Director at the Impact Investing Institute, an organization with a mission to accelerate the growth and improve the effectiveness of impact investing in the UK and internationally. She leads key projects for the organisation on sizing the UK impact investing market, place-based impact investing and encouraging charitable endowments and family offices to allocate for impact.
Sarah joined the Institute from Lendlease Europe where she was social impact investment manager. Prior to her work at Lendlease Sarah worked in roles at the intersection of social impact, sustainability and private capital – be that corporate investment or philanthropic. She was a consultant at Sancroft International, an international sustainability consultancy focused on the social, environmental and ethical risks faced by major businesses. An associate at On Purpose, a one-year program for early-career professionals identified as future leaders in social enterprise; and director for Next Generation Philanthropy at the Institute for Philanthropy, leading workshops for philanthropists interested in increasing the impact of their giving.
Sarah graduated from Lady Margaret Hall College, Oxford, in 2005 with a first-class degree in Modern History, and obtained an MPhil in Development Studies from Clare College, Cambridge in 2011. She serves as a Director of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors and its European Chair.
Chief Sustainability Officer, London CIV
Jacqueline is responsible for leading and developing LCIV’s commitment to responsible investing and corporate sustainability. Including managing social, environmental and governance risks and opportunities throughout the investment portfolio, with a focus on climate change risk and stewardship. As well as delivering corporate net zero targets and supporting other ESG initiatives throughout the organisation.