Rebecca Mikula-Wright

Chief Executive Officer, Investor Group on Climate Change & Asia Investor Group on Climate Change

Rebecca is the Chief Executive Officer of the Asia Investor Group on Climate Change (AIGCC) and Investor Group on Climate Change (IGCC). Rebecca has worked in climate change, sustainability and investment banking for over 20 years in Hong Kong, Europe and Australia.

Rebecca started her career in investment banking working in equity research, credit analysis,  
commodities and derivatives for groups such as Nomura Securities, BlackRock, Exxon Mobil and  
JPMorgan. Involvement in early corporate sustainability programs in many of her roles was the  
catalyst to move into the nascent sustainable finance and investment field in Asia where she led  
ASrIA (Assoc. for Sustainable and Responsible Investment in Asia) in Hong Kong.

She is a Board member of Wildlife Conservation International – the umbrella organisation of  
The Orangutan Project, International Elephant Project and the International Tiger Project, focused on  animal and environmental conservation in Indonesia. Rebecca has a BA (Asian Studies/Commerce),  Dip.Business Administration and speaks conversational Japanese, French and Czech. 

Strong Opportunities for Climate Progress in Korea

14 November 2023

The Asia Investor Group on Climate Change (AIGCC) welcomes Korea’s promise as a centre for climate innovation and industry, based on a series of high-level roundtables, seminars, and bilateral meetings in Seoul this month.

Climate Action 100+ releases the first Net Zero Standard for Diversified Mining

6 September 2023

Climate Action 100+ has released its Net Zero Standard for Diversified Mining. The first of its kind in this sector, the new standard aims to help investors assess the progress of diversified mining companies as they move towards net zero.

Asian Utilities Engagement Program: Year 2 Progress Update

Report | Asia Investor Group on Climate Change | 10 August 2023

Investors’ $12 trillion Asian Utilities Engagement Program sees progress on coal phase out and expansion of renewable energy commitments Program’s second year also sees support for improving climate governance and decarbonisation strategies in the focus energy companies.