Submitted by: AccountAbility
Posted: Dec 18, 2019 – 04:37 PM EST
NEW YORK, Dec. 18 /CSRwire/ - Mr. John Fraser, former Australian Treasury Secretary and Chairman and CEO of UBS Global Asset Management, has rejoined the Advisory Board of AccountAbility. Having had an extensive and notable career that included stints representing Australia at the IMF, as Australian Minister (Economic) to the United States, serving on the UBS Group Executive Board, and as Chairman of UBS Saudi Arabia, Mr. Fraser now serves on the boards of AMP, the Australian Future Fund, Judo Bank, and Advance, in addition to taking on his new Advisory Board responsibilities with AccountAbility.
“Analysts and investors are taking organizations’ Environmental, Social, and Governance policies and practices increasingly seriously, and AccountAbility is uniquely positioned to play a defining role setting the standard for, and advising the leaders of today and tomorrow on, creating organizational cultures that emphasize good governance and corporate responsibility,” Mr. Fraser said. “I very much look forward to the opportunity of working with the AccountAbility team.”
“We enthusiastically welcome Mr. Fraser back to the AccountAbility family at this critical moment for advancing sustainability and corporate responsibility at every level and every type of private, public, and non-profit organization,” said Accountability CEO, Mr. Sunny Misser. “We are confident that his proven leadership in the public and private sectors, and his well-informed view of the current and future importance of sustainability in the eyes of both investors and the marketplace, will be invaluable in AccountAbility’s journey going forward.”
AccountAbility is a global consulting and standards firm that works with business, governments, and multi-lateral organizations to advance responsible business practices and improve their long-term performance. Since 1995, we have been helping corporations, nonprofits and governments embed ethical, environmental, social, and governance accountability into their organizational DNA.
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