Boston Common Asset Management Welcomes Brian Chiappinelli as Senior Vice President

BOSTON, MA – Boston Common Asset Management is pleased to announce the addition of Brian Chiappinelli as Senior Vice President. Brian will head the Business Development team’s efforts to grow the firm’s assets and broaden and strengthen Prospect, Client, and Consultant relationships.

“We are delighted to welcome Brian to our firm,” said Geeta Aiyer, President and Founder of Boston Common Asset Management. “His experience will bring further depth to our relationship management capabilities and will reinforce our commitment to providing clients and consultants with the highest quality of service.”

Brian brings over 17 years of experience providing institutional investment services. His previous positions include responsibilities for team management, consultant relationships, and direct institutional client and prospect asset gathering with Deutsche Bank, HarbourVest Partners, Batterymarch Financial Management (subsidiary of Legg Mason, Inc.), and GE Asset Management, where he spent time working abroad in Japan. He holds the Series 7 and 63 licenses. Brian received his B.A. in Public Policy with a minor in Asian Studies from Hamilton College and his M.S. in Investment Management from Boston University.

About Boston Common Asset Management

Boston Common Asset Management is an experienced investment manager and a leader in global sustainability initiatives. It specializes in long-only, global equity and balanced strategies for U.S. investors. The firm’s investment process combines financial analysis with a proprietary Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) framework. Boston Common’s overall goal is to preserve and build capital and to add value through targeted company and industry engagement efforts. On behalf of its shareholders, Boston Common urges portfolio companies to improve transparency, accountability, and manage for the long term. Since its inception in 2003, Boston Common has built a strong investment record and has meaningfully improved corporate practices in the U.S. and abroad.

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