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Will green investment speed-up, swerve, or slow down post-US elections?

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Contributors: Maggie O'Neal & Michael Mclean

US legislation meant to encourage the economy's green transition is boosting clean tech investment. But with the US elections on the horizon, could a shift in the political landscape change trajectory? Our Research team explores potential outcomes. 

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Contributors: Maggie O'Neal & Michael Mclean

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Maggie O'Neal

Managing Director and Global Head of ESG Research

Maggie O'Neal is a Managing Director and Global Head of ESG Research. Maggie ranked as the #1 analyst in HY Basic Materials, #1 in HY Manufacturing/General Industrials and #2 in IG Manufacturing/General Industrials in the 2022 Fixed Income II survey. She co-developed Barclays' approach to ESG Research and assumed her current role in 2022. Maggie joined Barclays in 2015; she has 15 years of experience in research, having previously worked at Deutsche Bank. Maggie studied at UCLA, Sciences Po Paris and King's College London for undergraduate and holds an MSc from London School of Economics.

Michael McLean

Director, ESG Research

Michael McLean is a Director and Washington Research senior analyst, covering major US legislation, regulation, policy proposals, and political events. He is a member of the Barclays global cross-asset ESG Research team. Prior to his current role, Michael served as Director on the US Government Relations and Regulatory Policy team, where, among other responsibilities, he helped lead the bank's advocacy on financial regulatory and other policy issues and represented Barclays with government officials and industry trade associations. He earned a B.A. degree, cum laude, in Government from Harvard.

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