Marcus Wilert focuses on engagements in Asia-ex Japan in the retail, consumer goods, technology, financial services and industrials sectors. He has 13 years of experience of corporate human rights and environmental sustainability whereof seven based in China. He has held strategy and operations management positions in corporate responsibility teams for H&M, Waitrose and Primark with responsibility for supply chains in Asia, Africa, Middle East, Europe and the Americas. Marcus holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Business from the University of Cambridge and a MSc in Economics and Business from the Stockholm School of Economics.
Hannah Shoesmith focusses on engagements in Asia-ex Japan in the retail, consumer goods, technology, financial services and industrials sectors. Prior to joining EOS, Hannah spent 13 years working in corporate responsibility and sustainability roles, mainly for retail and consumer goods companies such as Tesco, Arcadia Group and Mothercare. Most recently Hannah led the global corporate responsibility team at Mothercare which covered the social and environmental impacts and opportunities of products, environmental impacts of operations and engagement with communities and other stakeholders. Hannah has lived and worked in Hong Kong, France and Spain and speaks French, Brazilian Portuguese and some Spanish. Hannah has a Bachelor’s degree from Durham University, a Master’s degree from King’s College London and the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris and a post-graduate certificate in sustainable value chains from the Cambridge Institute of Sustainability Leadership.
Repsol became the first oil and gas company to commit to a net-zero goal by 2050, supported by a decarbonisation pathway with interim targets, setting a higher benchmark for the industry. EOS has engaged with the company since 2013 on its climate action and targets.
Nintendo has appointed a woman to its board for the first time in its 130-year history. EOS continues to engage with the company on improving board gender diversity in line with investor expectations, seeking more transformational changes on the executive board and in the talent pipeline over time.