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    Verity Lakin

    I joined Mattioli Woods in 2019 and worked within the Marketing team, completing my Marketing Executive Level 4 qualification in 2022. I then moved across to the Operations team to create and aid the Group’s Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) Strategy. As the ESG Partner at Mattioli Woods, I am deeply committed to integrating sustainable and responsible investment practices into the company’s operations. With an in-depth understanding of ESG factors and their implications, I work tirelessly to ensure that the business upholds the highest standards of sustainability. By championing ESG principles, I aim to create lasting positive change within the company and beyond. Outside of work, I tend to socialise and travel with my friends and family often. I have recently found an interest in ceramics and regularly attend pottery classes. I have been attending yoga classes for multiple years and try and fit a class or two in per week!

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