Alice Chapple has worked on sustainable finance for more than 30 years. Through her company, Impact Value, she currently works with several funds, financial institutions and companies to help them create strategies to drive social and environmental impact alongside financial return. She also works with NGOs to support changes required in the wider system. Alice designed the Sustainable Finance course run by Cambridge University Institute for Sustainability Leadership and has been the Head Tutor on that course. Her other roles include Director of Schroders BSC Social Impact Trust plc; Trustee of the Shell Foundation; Chair of the Tracker Group (Carbon Tracker and Planet Tracker); and member of the Advisory Committee for WHEB Asset Management.
In her earlier career, Alice was Director of Sustainable Financial Markets at Forum for the Future, a sustainable development charity, and an investment analyst and portfolio manager working in the UK’s development finance institution, BII, where she developed a toolkit for identifying and managing environment, social and governance (ESG) issues and an impact reporting framework in the 1990s.
Alice has an MA in Economics from Cambridge University and is a chartered accountant.