Gordon Noble is the Director of GNBK Advisory Pty Ltd, which is part of FenElpi Partners, a specialist global advisory firm working with investors, governments and communities to deliver sustainable solutions for complex challenges requiring creative capital and dynamic policy options.

More information on FenElpi Partners can be found at: http://www.fenelpi.com/

Gordon has a long term interest in the role that finance and investment can play in meeting environmental and social goals.

Commencing his career in the Australian banking sector, Gordon became a trade union official at the Finance Sector Union of Australia before working in the United Kingdom for UK trade union MSF (now Unite). Returning to Australia, Gordon worked as a policy adviser for the Federal Parliamentary Labor Party before moving to the superannuation sector with industry superannuation fund Cbus. After working for the Secretariat of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment, Gordon consulted in the responsible investment field, establishing a Sustainability Reporting Benchmark for ASX 200 companies for the Australian Council of Superannuation Investors and founding the Responsible Investment Academy with the Responsible Investment Association Australia, which is now the PRI Academy.

Most recently Gordon has worked with the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia, Inflection Point Capital Management and the Better Infrastructure Initiative which is located in the University of Sydney’s John Grill Centre for Project Leadership. Gordon is President of the Network for Sustainable Financial Markets, co-chairing the Network’s Real Assets Working Group.

This blog reflects the views of Gordon Noble in a personal capacity.

To contact Gordon email: noble@gnbk.com.au


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