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#Peopleflow: Follow the talent



Katherine Collins has been named head of sustainable investing at Putnam Investments, the San Francisco-based money manager with $160 billion in assets. Collins, who was previously CEO of her own sustainable investment research firm, Honeybee Capital, will lead Putnam’s approach to environmental, social and governance investing, including strategies for institutional and retail mutual fund clients.

Amy Bell has joined impact investing advisor Tideline as a senior director. Bell, who managed a $100 million impact investing portfolio as head of investments at JPMorgan Chase’s sustainable finance group, joins fellow JPMorgan Chase alumna Christina Leijonhufvud at Tideline. Tideline has advised clients including KKR, Al Gore’s Generation Investment Management, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Ford Foundation and Omidyar Network.

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