Muna Abu-Habsa, Morningstar

Muna Abu-Habsa Muna Abu-Habsa is the Director of Cross-Border Ratings for EMEA and Asia, and is the Equity Ratings Lead. In addition, Muna leads on ESG research in the UK and is a regular contributor to analysis on the growing interest in sustainable investing. Muna joined Morningstar in 2006 and initially spent 18 months spearheading projects to improve the delivery of UK fund data, and also serving as a performance and portfolio methodology specialist for key clients. She then joined Morningstar’s manager research team in 2007 as an analyst on the Morningstar Manager Research team leading UK-based fund research for the European and global-equity sectors, and property funds. Muna holds a BSc. in Economics, with first-class honours, from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. She also holds the Investment Management Certificate (IMC).



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