Emily Woodland will join AMP Capital in Hong Kong Nov. 12 as co-head of sustainable investment, according to an AMP news release.
The position is a new one at the Sydney-based money manager, expanding the firm's sustainable investment team to six people.
She will join AMP's current sustainable investment head, Sydney-based Ian Woods, in leading the team.
Ms. Woodland comes to AMP Capital from ADM Capital, a Hong Kong-based private debt, private credit manager with a focus on sustainable investments, where she served as an investment adviser, with a focus on Indonesia, said an AMP spokesman, in an email.
A spokesman for ADM Capital couldn't be reached immediately for information on a replacement.