Kathryn Saklatvala

Kathryn Saklatvala

Senior Director, Head of Investment Content

Kathryn joined bfinance in 2016 and oversees the firm’s investment content, thought leadership publications and investor research. She has also, since January 2020, been Chair of the firm's ESG and Responsible Investment Committee. An experienced writer, editor and researcher focused on investment management and institutional investors, Kathryn was previously a Managing Editor at Euromoney Institutional Investor. She holds a BA (Hons) and an MA from the University of Cambridge. Other previous roles include Editor of the Institutional Investor Networks, Director of the Sovereign Investor Institute and Associate Director of the European Institute. She has spoken and moderated at various industry conferences (OECD, World Bank Group, AVCA, IRN, Institutional Investor), been quoted occasionally in the press (Financial Times, Responsible Investor, Citywire) and been interviewed by the BBC on sovereign wealth fund trends.


More insights from the team:

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The 2023-4 period has brought new challenges for institutional investors, affecting both strategy and investment manager selection – the task of identifying the right products and the right partners...