Linda M. Lowson Esq. has served for three decades as a legal, strategic, and ESG advisor to Global 1000 companies, financial institutions, asset managers, and governmental agencies. She advises public and private sector clients on a broad range of U.S. and international corporate, securities, and ESG issues, transactions, and regulatory requirements.
In 2008, Ms. Lowson founded the Global ESG Financial Regulatory Institute™, the first specialist consultancy in the global ESG financial regulatory, finance, and investment space. Ms. Lowson completed a 10-year tenured study of the 360-degree ESG space. She is well-known as a world-leading expert in Global ESG Financial Regulation, Green Finance, and Impact Investment.
For the last several years, Ms. Lowson has been an active member of the CDSB, EEFIG, and SASB technical working groups. She also launched and chaired the first American Bar Association Working Group on Sustainability Financial Reporting, and has been a leading ESG educator for ABA Committees and Members.
Previously, Ms. Lowson practiced with Shearman & Sterling LLP and Proskauer Rose LLP, based in New York and specializing in cross-border transactions and project finance. She then launched and led the U.S. Financial Services Consulting Practice at Arthur Andersen LLP, based in New York. At Arthur Andersen, she also served as a Member of the North American Financial Services Executive Leadership Team and Global Financial Services Thought Leadership Team.
Ms. Lowson holds a Juris Doctor Degree with International Law Specialization from Cornell Law School, and an LL.M. Degree in International Business and Taxation from New York University Law School. She is a Member of the New York and California State Bars.