Michael Hall

Michael Hall

Sustainability Manager
Development Partners International

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Michael Hall is Sustainability Manager at Development Partners International (DPI). Mr. Hall is responsible for operational level environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations including due diligence and monitoring of DPI’s portfolio as well as identification and implementation of ESG opportunities for portfolio companies. Mr. Hall previously worked as a Senior Consultant at Environmental Resources Management (ERM), an ESG consultancy firm where he worked with a number of financial institutions and corporate clients supervising projects to assess compliance with Equator Principles and the International Finance Corporation Performance Standards. He has significant experience performing environmental and social due diligence assessments and designing environmental and social management systems and their implementation and monitoring in many geographies, particularly in Africa. Prior to ERM, Mr. Hall worked in various environmental and social roles at Bechtel Corporation, including being based in West Africa, Trinidad and Tobago and Iceland. Mr. Hall is bilingual in English and French, and has a BSC, Zoology Major, from James Cook University in Australia, and an MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College, London.

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