Anthony Miller is the Coordinator of the United Nations Sustainable Stock Exchanges initiative and the Focal Point for Corporate Social Responsibility within the Investment and Enterprise Division of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).
He has managed the Sustainable Stock Exchanges initiative since its launch by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in 2009. In 2011, the initiative was named by Forbes magazine as one of the “world’s best sustainability ideas” and today it counts over 60 Partner Exchanges around the world.
Dr. Miller is a specialist on CSR, corporate governance and responsible investment. He served five years as an expert in the ISO Working Group on Social Responsibility where he was a member of the Integrated Drafting Task Force, and in 2011 he was lead author for a special report to the G20 High-Level
Development Working Group Promoting standards for Responsible Investment in Value Chains.
He is a contributor to UNCTAD’s flagship World Investment Report and for over 10 years an annual guest lecturer on CSR and responsible investment at the Cambridge Centre for Development Studies. Prior to joining UNCTAD, he worked on CSR issues at the UN High Commission on Human Rights, the International Labour Organization and a Fortune 500 company. He holds an MPhil and PhD in Development Studies from the University of Cambridge.