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We enable investors to pursue simultaneous societal change and competitive financial returns through sustainable investments that mirror our existing investment framework and strict due diligence criteria with additional, extensive layers of sustainability data and oversight.
As Head of Sustainable Investing, Harlin works across Citi’s investment divisions to develop and oversee investment solutions along the full spectrum of sustainability -- ESG integration, Socially Responsible, Thematic and Impact investments -- to ensure the integration of sustainable practices in alignment with Citi’s best thinking on research, asset allocation and diversification. She also works closely with the Chief Investment Officer and Chief Strategist teams to deliver thought leadership and content to clients and external partners and works with the Global Investments Lab to develop and deliver client portfolio analytics.
In October 2018, the Private Bank launched Investing with Purpose (IwP), the client-centric approach to ESG and sustainable investing that Harlin has overseen since August 2019.
Prior to joining Citi in 2017 Harlin served as Associate Director of Innovative Finance at the Milken Institute, where she brought together private and public sector leaders to design and recommend investment structures to address funding gaps in the social sector. Prior to the Milken Institute, she spent over five years as a Capital Markets and Foreign Exchange specialist, advising ultra high net worth individuals and family offices at Deutsche Bank and Citi.
Harlin began her career at Lehman Brothers, where she spent six-plus years working with high net worth individuals, corporations, hedge funds and private equity firms on complex foreign exchange transactions.
Harlin received her undergraduate degree in Finance from Rutgers University and her Masters in Public Administration from New York University. She also served as an Adjunct Professor of Impact Investing at USC’s Marshall School of Business. She holds the FINRA Series 7, 31 and 66 licenses.Contact Us