Our Impact

Advancing the Industry,
One Action at a Time

Responsible Investing, Diversity Initiatives, and Corporate Citizenship

We are committed to acting in the long-term interests of all of our stake-holders. This philosophy drives us to invest responsibly, operate our business with integrity, and build a diverse and inclusive workplace where our employees can thrive. It also motivates us to volunteer and provide resources for organizations that strengthen the communities where we live and work. By focusing on these initiatives, we believe we are contributing to a successful future – for our clients, our employees, the industry, and our communities. 

Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) at GCM Grosvenor

ESG considerations are a core value, which we embrace at every level of our organization.

Responsible Investment

Our Environmental, Social, and Governance Policy applies to all investments across our investment platform

~$19 billion

committed and invested in ESG- and impact-related themes1


We educate and influence by hosting events that promote ESG themes and partnering with top industry organizations

A+ Rating

from Principles of Responsible Investing (PRI)2

Responsible Business

We lead by example with our inclusive culture, community involvement, and environmental programs

49% of senior professionals

are women or
ethnically diverse

Environmental, Social, and Governance Policy

Our ESG Policy provides a framework for how we apply ESG considerations to how we operate our business, how we engage with the communities in which we do business, and how we pursue, evaluate, and implement investments. ESG considerations are taken into account at the Firm level, fund manager level, and investment level.    

Inclusiveness is part of our ethos and is woven into our core activities. The diversity of our employees is a driving factor of success and is critical to our ability to create and deliver value to our clients.

We promote responsible business practices, transparency, and due diligence through our investment decisions, business practices, and our industry affiliations.                                                  

GCM Grosvenor hosts two signature conferences for the small, emerging, and diverse manager community to further raise the visibility of these managers. In 2020, more than 1,600 people combined registered for the virtual events.

Giving back to our communities is one of our core values. Whether through hands-on volunteering, providing financial support, or acting as board members or mentors, the goal is the same – to make a difference.

ESG Committee

Our ESG Committee is responsible for developing and regularly reviewing the Firm’s ESG Policy


Jason Howard

Managing Director,
Private Equity Investments 


Sandee Hurse

Managing Director, Chief Human Resources Officer,
Office of the Chairman

idehen_francis_esg committee

Francis Idehen

Managing Director,
Chief Operating Officer,
Office of the Chairman

Kirchner, Michael

Michael Kirchner

Managing Director,
Strategic Investments Group


Scott Litman

Managing Director,
Infrastructure Investments


Fred Pollock

Managing Director,
Chief Investment Officer,
Office of the Chairman


Jorge Ramirez

Managing Director,
Labor & Government Strategies


David Richter

Managing Director,
Absolute Return Strategies


Stacie Selinger

Managing Director,
Head of Investor Relations,
Office of the Chairman


Amy Wierenga

Managing Director,
Risk Management


Bernard Yancovich

Managing Director, Private Equity Investments

1 Capital committed / invested. ESG data as of June 30, 2021 except for Private Equity, Infrastructure and Real Estate investment data which is as of March 31, 2021. We define diverse managers as firms in which women or minority professionals account for at least 25% of firm economics.

2  We received an A+ rating from PRI for our approach to strategy and governance, and an A+ rating for ESG integration in private equity manager selection, approval, and monitoring. For the full GCM Grosvenor PRI Transparency Report, visit www.unpri.org. Assessment methodology can be found at https://www.unpri.org/reporting-and-assessment/how-investors-are-assessed-on-their-reporting/3066.article

Employee data as of July 1, 2021.