Sydney, Australia – August 18, 2022 – Pathzero, a SaaS-based company specialising in the management of financed emissions in private market investment portfolios, announces the appointment of Anna Turvoll as Vice President Investor Relations. Turvoll will be responsible for ensuring the company is appropriately and strategically positioned with analysts, investors and Pathzero stakeholders. Her role involves creating the appropriate strategy, framework, and tactics for the company as well as identifying collaborations and partnerships.
“The decarbonisation technology space is seeing soaring investment as the world begins to take its first steps toward fulfilling pledges to reduce emissions and realises the critical role of technology like Pathzero to that endeavor,” said Carl Prins, Co-Founder and CEO at Pathzero. “Anna’s proven track record developing startups and her ability to engage effectively with the investor community will be invaluable to Pathzero as our company seizes upon this tremendous growth opportunity by helping further define our strategy and engaging with the investment community.”
Turvoll brings more than 10 years’ experience in Corporate Advisory and Financial Services in London and Sydney with roles in C-Suite positions in Supply Chain and Manufacturing businesses. With deep experience in the startup community and impact investing across Australia, Asia and Europe, she has worked in early-stage start-ups successfully growing a brand, operational functions and scaling internationally.
Most recently, Turvoll was Head of Investor Relations at v2food where she raised more than $155 million from Series A to B+ with international investors. She began with v2food as Chief Operating Officer at its launch in October 2019. Prior to that, Turvoll was CEO of Impulse Trading, an importer and distributor of the world’s finest superfoods. She began her career with Goldman Sachs in London working in investment banking in sectors including Consumer Retail and Energy. Turvoll holds a BCom/BA from the University of Queensland and the Management Acceleration Programme at Said Business School, University of Oxford.
The Pathzero platform enables both the collection and communication of carbon data, so users can generate insights, and take action, to get to net zero emissions. The company’s intuitive technology offers seamless data networking between trusted parties. It gives investment managers complete oversight of their financed emissions and empowers individual companies to measure and reduce their GHG profile. Pathzero is committed to building the tools companies need to adapt to a low-carbon future.