Sian Hansen

Fund Advisor at JPMorgan Asset Management (UK) Ltd.

Sian Hansen

Sian Hansen

Fund Advisor at JPMorgan Asset Management (UK) Ltd.

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Legatum Institute (United Kingdom)

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877

Number of Boards

9

Birthday

1964

Age

55

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Co-Founder at The Women's Refugee Commission

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Executive Director, Environmental Health & Safety at Georgetown University

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Fund Advisor at Aberdeen Private Equity Advisers Ltd.

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Partner at Evercore Partners International LLP

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Independent Non-Executive Director of the Manager at Aberdeen Smaller Cos. Income Trust Plc

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Co-Founder at The Women's Refugee Commission

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Executive Director at The Women's Refugee Commission

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Executive Chairman at The Brighton Pier Group Plc

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Former President & Chief Executive Officer at Fiduciary Trust Co. International

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Independent Adviser at British Airways Pensions Trustees Ltd.

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Sian Hansen
Fund Advisor at JPMorgan Asset Management (UK) Ltd.
Career History
Fund Advisor
2018 - Current

JPAM-UK is an active manager which offers a range of global investments in equity, global fixed income, currency & commodities, global liquidity, index-oriented or beta and alternatives including absolute return & opportunistic fixed income, real estate, infrastructure, transportation and private equity. They also offer asset allocation strategies and multi-asset solutions, including fund of funds strategies and ESG solutions. When investing in equity securities, JPAM-UK's primary method of analysis is research oriented. As part of their fundamental research process, they typically rely on research analysts, portfolio managers, and stock screening procedures. The firm seeks to employ a disciplined approach to stock selection using a value-driven and macro-driven investing, although the fixed income investment process is driven largely by a bottom-up approach emphasizing security selection, close attention is paid to sector and sub-sector valuations and weightings.

Commissioner
Current

The Women's Refugee Commission was established in 1989 and is legally part of the International Rescue Committee (IRC). The Women's Refugee Commission receives no direct financial support from the IRC. Through research and fact-finding field missions, the organization identifies critical problems that affect displaced women, children and young people, including gaps in lifesaving reproductive health care, lack of dignified livelihoods for refugees and, in the U.S., the treatment of asylum-seekers. The Women's Refugee Commission documents best practices and proposes solutions, and develops innovative tools to improve the way humanitarian assistance is delivered in refugee settings. On Capitol Hill, at the United Nations and with humanitarian organizations, governments and donors, the organization pushes for improvements in refugee policy and practice until measurable long-term change is realized.

Chief Operating Officer
2013 - Prior
Boards & Committees
Member, Audit Committee
Prior - 2014

Ludgate Environmental Ltd. acts as private equity fund. The fund focuses on the companies operating in the fields of industrial efficiency, resource efficiency renewable energy and energy efficiency. It provides financing in the form of equity and structured equity for growth stage and buyout capital requirements with an investment size of €10 million to €40 million per company. The company was founded on June 7, 2007 and is headquartered in St. Helier, the United Kingdom.

Commissioner
Current

The Women's Refugee Commission was established in 1989 and is legally part of the International Rescue Committee (IRC). The Women's Refugee Commission receives no direct financial support from the IRC. Through research and fact-finding field missions, the organization identifies critical problems that affect displaced women, children and young people, including gaps in lifesaving reproductive health care, lack of dignified livelihoods for refugees and, in the U.S., the treatment of asylum-seekers. The Women's Refugee Commission documents best practices and proposes solutions, and develops innovative tools to improve the way humanitarian assistance is delivered in refugee settings. On Capitol Hill, at the United Nations and with humanitarian organizations, governments and donors, the organization pushes for improvements in refugee policy and practice until measurable long-term change is realized.

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