Hamish Chamberlayne, CFA
Hamish Chamberlayne is Head of Global Sustainable Equities at Janus Henderson Investors and is responsible for managing a suite of global and regional sustainable equity strategies. He was an investment manager with the firm from 2012 and joined Henderson as an investment analyst in 2011 from Gartmore, where he was an equity analyst with the global equity team. Prior to this, from 2004 to 2007, Hamish worked as a senior auditor at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he covered a variety of sectors, including energy, technology and communications. He began his career at Burlington Consultants in 2003 performing commercial due diligence on businesses identified as acquisition targets by private equity houses.
Hamish graduated with a master’s degree in chemistry from New College, Oxford University. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and is a qualified accountant. He has 20 years of financial industry experience.
Sustainable equity in 2023: a year for reshoring, rebuilding and electrification
What does 2023 look like for Sustainable Equities? Hamish Chamberlayne explores.
A new era for sustainability in the US
What does the Inflation Reduction Act mean for sustainability in the US?
Introducing the Global Sustainable Equity annual report
The Global Sustainable Equity Team introduce their fourth Annual Sustainability Report.
GPUs are driving the future of computing
How are graphics chips involved in the digital transformation and what does this mean from a sustainability standpoint?
ESG and sustainable investing: navigating adverse weather systems
Conditions have been challenging for ESG investing this year – but does the long-term thesis remain intact?
Global Perspectives: Opportunities from ESG headwinds
How energy price inflation is helping to accelerate the adoption of companies providing sustainable solutions.
Meeting the need for a sustainable and resilient water system
Hamish Chamberlayne, Head of Global Sustainable Equities, discusses how businesses are changing the way we use and consume water.
Breaking down plastic pollution
Exploring the investment considerations for the responsible use of plastic.
Adobe: inspiring digital creativity and sustainability
Hamish Chamberlayne discusses why Adobe is a good example of a company that does good by the environment and society.
Deconstructing sustainable design
The Global Sustainable Equity Team, led by Hamish Chamberlayne, break down sustainable design and explain how the team incorporate it into their investment approach.
Global Sustainable Equity: news and opportunities (January 2022)
Hamish Chamberlayne reflects on the last quarter of 2021 and looks ahead to the opportunities in the world of sustainability.
Aptiv: driving sustainability
While new technology developed by the automotive industry has made modern vehicles safer, more efficient and more environmentally sustainable than ever before, efforts to improve road safety and to reduce the number of road traffic deaths and injuries are still needed.