Director of Japan Investment Stewardship
1 Year with Neuberger Berman
Kei Okamura, Vice President, joined the firm in 2020. Kei is a Director of Japan Investment Stewardship of the Japanese Equities team at Neuberger Berman. Before joining Neuberger Berman, he was a Vice President of Stewardship at Goldman Sachs Asset Management in Tokyo overseeing ESG engagement campaigns to Japanese companies on behalf of public and corporate pension funds and conducting bottom-up ESG research for the fundamental equity team. Prior to GSAM, Kei was a Fund Manager at Amundi Asset Management and an Assistant Investment Manager at Aberdeen Asset Management where he helped to manage concentrated Japanese equities portfolios. Kei began his career covering Japanese and Asian companies for Reuters and Bloomberg as a Reporter and Producer. Kei graduated magna cum laude from Tufts University with a Bachelor's degree in International Relations and French. Kei also serves as the Chair of the Asian Corporate Governance Association’s Japan Working Group.