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AllianzOliver Bäte, CEOGermany
APGRonald Wuijster, Executive Board Member, Chairman Board, APG Asset ManagementNetherlands
Banco SantanderAna Botín-Sanz de Sautuola y O’Shea, Group Executive Chairman, Executive DirectorSpain
BancolombiaJuan Carlos Mora Uribe, CEOColombia
Bank of AmericaBrian Moynihan, Chairman of the Board & CEOUSA
CDPQCharles Emond, President & CEOCanada
CalPERSMarcie Frost, CEOUSA
CIMBAbdul Rahman Ahmad, Group CEO & Executive DirectorMalaysia
CitiMichael Corbat, CEOUSA
Consejo Mexicano de NegociosAntonio Del Valle Perochena, PresidentMexico
Les Eaux Minérales d’OulmèsMiriem Bensalah Chaqroun, CEOMorocco
Emirates Environmental GroupHabiba Al Mar’ashi, Co-Founder & ChairpersonUAE
EnelFrancesco Starace, CEO & General ManagerItaly
First State SuperDeanne Stewart, CEOAustralia
Government Pension Investment FundMasataka Miyazono, PresidentJapan
ICBCShu Gu, President & Executive DirectorChina
InfosysSalil Parekh, CEO & Managing Director India
Investec GroupFani Titi, CEO South Africa
Johannesburg Stock ExchangeLeila Fourie, Group CEOSouth Africa
NuveenVijay Advani, Executive ChairmanUSA
Pal PensionsTBC*Nigeria
PIMCOEmmanuel Roman, CEOUSA
SafaricomPeter Ndegwa, CEOKenya
Sintesa GroupShinta Widjaja Kamdani, CEOIndonesia
Standard CharteredJosé Viñals, Group ChairmanU.K.
SulAméricaPatrick Antonio Claude de Larragoiti Lucas, ChairmanBrazil
Swedish Investors for Sustainable DevelopmentRichard Gröttheim, CEO, AP7Sweden
SolvayIlham Kadri, CEO, Chairman of the Executive Committee, member of the Board of DirectorsBelgium
UBS GroupSergio P. Ermotti, Group CEOSwitzerland


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