Executive Director Global Sustainable Finance, Morgan Stanley
Sean Wright is an Executive Director in Morgan Stanley’s Global Sustainable Finance (GSF) group, helping lead the team’s climate strategy integrating climate considerations into Morgan Stanley’s business strategy, risk management, disclosure, and operational footprint. Sean is also GSF’s ESG policy director, working to help develop and coordinate the Firm’s view and response to evolving ESG and climate regulations globally. He represents the Firm across a variety of industry trade groups focused on climate and ESG. Before joining Morgan Stanley, Sean worked in the Corporate Partnerships program Environmental Defense Fund on federal and international climate policy. Prior to this, Sean worked in Equity Research at Credit Suisse covering Metals and Mining and before that worked as a CPA in Transaction Services at PwC, advising private equity funds.
He is a representative on the Steering Committee of the Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials. Sean graduated from Tufts University with a B.A. in Political Science and an M.B.A. from Rutgers University.