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Tatiana Bosteels Head of Responsible Property Investment

Tatiana joined Hermes Fund Managers in 2008 to lead, develop and implement the integration of ESG in real estate investment and asset management practices to protect and enhance asset value over time. In 2016, she was appointed Director within Hermes’ Responsibility team and tasked with developing Hermes’ carbon risk strategy and supporting the integration of ESG across all private market strategies, including real estate, infrastructure and private equity.

Tatiana has experience developing innovative sustainability programmes through public private partnerships. At the London Climate Change Agency, where she advised the London Deputy Mayor, she developed and delivered the Better Buildings Partnership (BBP) and contributed to the establishment of the first London ESCO. Her previous work covered UK and international climate change policy, carbon markets and instruments, and third-party energy efficiency financing.

Tatiana is chair of the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC) property programme, board member of the Investment Commission’s UNEP Finance Initiative, and she has been an active contributor to public policy and sector engagement. Tatiana is an active member of the Better Buildings Partnership, and she sits in the British Property Federation’s sustainability committee and the advisory boards of the Building Performance Institute Europe and the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark. Tatiana holds an MSc in Environmental Management from Imperial College London, an MSc in Mechanical Engineering from UCL Leuven Belgium and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.