Rebecca Gooch, senior director of research at Campden Wealth, Gamil de Chadarevian, founder, Global Impact Solutions Today (GIST), and Damian Payiatakis, head of sustainable and impact Investing, Barclays Private Bank will speak with Penta senior writer Abby Schultz about recent research produced by Campden Wealth for GIST and Barclays showing 86% of global private wealth holders, family offices, and foundations believe it’s essential to address climate change through investing, alongside action from governments, corporations, and nonprofits.

Fri, Sep 24, 2021 · 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -4:00)
Abby Schultz
Senior Writer, Barron's Penta
Abby Schultz is a senior writer for Penta, a Barron’s Group publication for wealthy individuals and families covering wealth management and philanthropy, as well as trends in collecting and owning art and wine, among other luxury goods. She joined Barron’s in October 2014 as the Penta Wealth Management Editor for Barron’s Asia in Hong Kong.

Abby covered the credit markets and money management industry for Dow Jones newswires in New York before freelancing and consulting for several years mostly on personal finance and other business and financial topics. Before rejoining Dow Jones, she was an editor in Hong Kong at IFR Asia, a Thomson Reuters publication focused on the capital markets.
Dr. Rebecca Gooch
Senior Director of Research, Campden Wealth
Rebecca Gooch is the Senior Director of Research at Campden Wealth. She oversees a range of global thought leadership projects on the ultra-high net worth, family office and family business space. As the author of the well-respected Global Family Office Report, Rebecca regularly publishes reports on family office cross-asset class investing, impact investing, philanthropy, next generation wealth succession, and more.

American born, Rebecca moved to the United Kingdom from California in the early 2000s. With 20 years of experience, her career, which began in media production, spans investing, research, analysis, and thought leadership. The recipient of past research awards, she has a PhD in regulation and compliance from the London School of Economics, an MSc from Oxford University, and a BA from UC Berkeley, California. Her research is regularly profiled in major news outlets such as Bloomberg, Reuters, Financial Times, Forbes and The Economist.
Gamil de Chadarevian
Founder, Global Impact Solutions Today (GIST)
Gamil de Chadarevian is an active entrepreneur and investor with passion and experience in science and finance and a focus on wellbeing, biotechnology and agribusiness. He received a degree in economics from the University in Zuerich. He has worked in Switzerland and the Middle East ( Credit Suisse ), throughout Asia, in Italy ( GEA, Pasfin ), in the UK ( Boehringer Mannheim, Corange, Method Investments )and in the US (Antigenics, Alza, Ivax ). Gamil is the Founder of GIST Initiatives Ltd. and GIST Holdings Ltd. ( GIST ), an expert and aggregator enabling transformative, sustainable and effective social impact and philanthropy. GIST provides holistic, essential and effective strategy advice to trusted Partners as well as Advisory Clients and co-invests its capital in selected social impact pilots and opportunities, primarily in health and agribusiness.
Damian Payiatakis
Head of Sustainable & Impact Investing, Barclays
Damian leads Barclays efforts to guide individuals, families, and charities on how to invest
both to protect and grow their assets and to make a positive contribution to our world.

For families and family offices, this includes advising on how to start investing their portfolios
sustainably; as well as facilitating the challenging conversations that address the family
dynamics on legacy, values, and decision-making.

His team advises the firm’s private and public market specialists on how to incorporate
ethical, responsible and impact approaches into their products, portfolios, and services. As
well, they have published original thought leadership on scaling social businesses, investor
motivations for impact, and impact reporting.

He leads Barclays sponsorship of the launch of Impact Agora, a new global institutional investing platform which enables deal sharing between accelerators, fund managers, investor networks, corporates, family offices, foundations and wealth managers.

His team’s work has been recognised by the UK Cabinet Office and Investment Week’s
Sustainable Investment Awards, as well as the UK National Advisory Board on Impact

Damian was part of the UK Government’s Taskforce on the topic and is a frequent
commentator in publications such as Financial Times, CNN Money, Euromoney, Reuters, as
well as a speaker & facilitator at impact investing conferences. His work as an intrapreneur
has featured in Harvard Business Review.

Damian graduated from Brandeis University summa cum laude with Highest Honours. He
also holds both a M.A. in International Economics & Finance from Brandeis International
Business School and a M.Sc. in Organisational & Social Psychology from the London School
of Economics.