TruValue Labs, the leading company in timely, AI-driven ESG risk and opportunity data, is proud to announce two major hires.
The San Francisco-based company begins 2017 by adding two team members who are authorities in product development for investment professionals, and in setting standards for transparent investing practices.
• Susan Lundquist, formerly Head of Product Strategy, Asset Management at Thomson Reuters joins TruValue Labs as Chief Marketing Officer.
• Eli Reisman, formerly the Director of Partnerships at the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), joins as Senior Product Manager at TruValue Labs.
“The leadership Susan brings to the management team of TVL positions us for big moves in the near future,” said Hendrik Bartel, CEO and co-founder of TruValue Labs. “With her more than 20 years of experience in the investment technology industry, she will help us scale rapidly and penetrate new markets.”
“Eli contributes a tremendous understanding of the future framework of ESG investing, coming from the emerging standard-bearer for the industry, SASB.”
“Both Susan and Eli have tremendous insight into what investors need, and will help our products deliver the standardization the industry needs now.”
Prior to her work at Thomson Reuters, Lundquist served as Vice President of Product Marketing at Advent Software and was responsible for the Investment Management Group’s products. Lundquist has also served as General Manager of Vestek, a Thomson Financial portfolio analytics company, and as Consulting Manager at Delphi Systems. She holds an MBA from the University of California, Berkeley and a BS in International Business from California Polytechnic San Luis Obispo.
Eli Reisman served at SASB since 2013, first as Product Manager, then as Director of Partnerships. Before that, he worked for the U.S. Green Building Council in several capacities including Manager of LEED Product Development and Project Manager for Business Analysis. Reisman earned an MBA from the George Washington University School of Business, and a Bachelor’s degree in Urban and Environmental Policy from Occidental College.