As Four Twenty Seven’s Chief Revenue Officer, Lisa oversees sales, client support, marketing and professional services globally. Lisa brings over 25 years of experience in sales and client services for data analytics and investment products in the financial sector.
Previously, Lisa spent twelve years with Barra, Inc. leading their client service, sales, consulting and partner relationships globally. She has also led investment strategy and client relationship teams for Blackrock, AXA Rosenberg and, most recently, Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo, Inc., working with many of the world’s leading institutional investors.
As Chief Development Officer, Frank draws on his nearly 30 years of experience in the financial services industry to guide the product development agenda for Four Twenty Seven’s diverse client base.
Having spent his career developing award-winning solutions for global institutional investors, Frank is a seasoned veteran of product management and strategic planning. He founded Pluribus Labs, a research and analytics firm devoted to the translation of unstructured data into investable signals. Frank has also served as Chief Operating Officer and Head of Product Strategy at Instinet and in the product management organization at MSCI (then Barra).
As a pioneer of the incorporation of climate science into decision-making in the private and public sectors, Emilie founded Four Twenty Seven in 2012 to help businesses and communities understand the risks from climate change and develop effective resilience strategies.
An expert in climate adaptation and resilience, she is a frequent speaker at international events on climate risks and opportunities, has published extensively on climate policy, and teaches at the University of California, Davis on Business & Climate Change. She served as a member of California’s Technical Advisory Group for the implementation of Governor Brown’s Executive Order on climate change (EO B-30-15) and was Head of Carbon Analysis at Thomson Reuters Point Carbon. Emilie received the Visionary Award from the City of Berkeley, CA in 2016 and was a finalist for the Cartier Women’s Global Initiative for women entrepreneurs in 2014.
As Four Twenty Seven’s Chief Operating Officer, Colin oversees operations, finances, and leverages his dual background in business and climate change to coordinate the development of Four Twenty Seven’s climate risk intelligence platform
Prior to Four Twenty Seven, Colin spent eight years in Transaction Services at PricewaterhouseCoopers, working on over 200 mergers and acquisitions ranging in size from $5 million to $40 billion in enterprise value. He has over 15 years of experience in mergers and acquisitions, business risk and exposure, and actuarial science in the private sector.