Mark Fulton has 35 years experience in financial markets spanning three continents in London, New York and Sydney. As a recognized economist and market strategist at leading financial institutions including Citigroup, Salomon Brothers and County NatWest, he has researched international economies, currencies, fixed income and equity markets. Mark has also held corporate strategy, finance and management roles.
Having a strong interest in the environment and sustainability, starting with a report on climate change and markets in 1991, Mark was Head of Research at DB Climate Change Advisors at Deutsche Bank from 2007 to 2012, where he produced thought leadership papers for investors on climate, cleaner energy and sustainability topics and advised investment teams in asset management.
From 2010 to 2012 he was Co-Chair of the UNEP FI Climate Change Working Group and in 2011 and 2012, he was part of the technical committee of the UN Secretary General’s Sustainable Energy for All.
Currently, Mark is advising on sustainability issues and is an Advisor to the Carbon Tracker Initiative, a Senior Fellow at CERES, and Special Advisor to IGCC.
He is also a member of the Capital Markets Climate Initiative, UK Department of Energy and Climate Change, Advisor to the Carbon Disclosure Project, and the Climate Bond Initiative.
Mark has a BA in Philosophy & Economics from Oxford University.
Tim has 25 years financial markets experience, having spent the majority of this time as a top rated equities research analyst in Australia, with time also covering global and Asian equity markets. He is experienced at analysing and valuing listed equity investments. From 1998 to 2007 he held the position of Managing Director at Citigroup as Deputy then Head of Australasian Equity Research.
Tim was co-founder and managing director of Arkx Investment Management, an investor in leading global listed clean energy companies (2009-2013).
Tim is a member of the Australasian Investor Group on Climate Change (IGCC) and serves on the IGCC’s low carbon finance committee.
Paul retired from HSBC in 2013 having covered the integrated oil sector for over 30 years. He was one of the first oil analysts to investigate the risk of carbon to investors in the energy sector, publishing two reports, both titled “Oil and Carbon, Counting the cost”, in 2008 and 2013.