Plenitude: Sustainability | Responsible Investing | Wealth & Pensions | UK
Saving For Our Future


The scientific and moral case for action on climate change is clear. Plenitude believes that responsible investing can help stall the momentum in environmental changes that we are seeing in society today.

Having spent time on the highest, driest, coldest continent on the planet we know that the effects of climate change in Antarctica can affect us all. Antarctica is home to approximately 90% of the world's ice including 70% of the world's fresh water. Depending on global greenhouse gas emissions levels, we are at risk of a rise in sea levels of 1 metre by 2100 just from the melting of the Antarctic ice sheet alone. There is no time to lose.

We have therefore developed an algorithm using Hedge Fund style analytics and Big Data to create an Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) framework that can offer responsible investing with superior risk-adjusted returns. This framework allows our customers to choose investments that are aligned with their values and shows that environmental responsibility can bring rewards.

1. DeConto et al. 2016 Nature


Our Team



Tim Fright

Marketing and communications professional with more than ten years experience in technology and government and a communications adviser to, and investor in, several tech start-ups. Tim is a Fellow of the RGS and was part of a 2008 Antarctic expedition which undertook environmental research analysing the effects of climate change on the Beardmore Glacier.


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head of sales

Geilan Malet-Bates

Finance professional with 10 years' experience managing client relationships within capital markets at Morgan Stanley, London. She subsequently turned to fintech consulting, advising global founders, CEOs and management teams on their strategy, business development, sales and marketing. She is also fluent in Italian, French and Arabic.


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Daniel Tammas-Hastings

FinTech founder, investor and thought leader. Dan has over a decade’s experience in investment, having previously been a Hedge Fund Manager and Derivatives Trader for Merrill Lynch. He is now heavily involved in FinTech and has written a book for Wiley on Pensions and RoboAdvice