Chief Investment Officer, Global Equities // Leadership
Galvanize Climate Solutions is a mission driven investment platform built to produce and scale vital climate solutions.
Seth Kirkham approaches investing with a deep fundamental process and cross sectoral understanding of our climate-driven economic transition. He has spent 25 years in financial markets, with experience investing across the entire market but with periodic focus on key relevant sectors to the transition, including energy, utilities, industrials and transportation.
Seth was previously the co-Portfolio Manager and co-Head of Research at DSAM Partners, a $2 billion equity long-short fund focused on EU and US equities. Prior to DSAM, Seth served as a Senior Analyst at ECAP, where he was a founding partner, this too was a $2bn aum fund, and before that Caxton. Seth has also served as a VP in equity research at Goldman Sachs in London and as a portfolio manager at Investec Asset Management. Seth started in the industry by completing the graduate program at Schroders Investment Management in London.
blogs 5 Questions with Seth Kirkham, CIO of Galvanize Global Equities
videos A Galvanize Climate Conversation: Investment Opportunities in the New Era of Global Climate Industrial Policy The passage of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) represents a new, ambitious era in American climate policy. While it’s still unclear what policies will emerge as a result of this shift in American climate competitiveness, it seems likely that we have entered a race to the top in global climate industry policy. Seth Kirkham, Chief Investment Officer, Global Equities, and Neal Kemkar, Senior Vice President Policy + Regulatory Affairs discuss this new era in climate industrial policy and the investment opportunity implications.
press-releases Galvanize Climate Solutions Launches New Global Equity Strategy Led by a team of seasoned investment professionals, the Galvanize Global Equity strategy aims to invest in companies that engage in the climate transition and deliver global decarbonization.