Head of Mid-East and Asia
Daniel Metzger is a Senior Manager of Advisory Services and Head of AccountAbility's Mid-East and Asia Practice.
Daniel’s expertise is in advancing clients’ priorities in sustainability strategy design and implementation, program review and development, governance and metrics guidance, stakeholder engagement, and ESG materiality assessment. He is also well versed in supporting ESG communications by helping organizations with reporting and disclosure against leading practice standards, frameworks, and guidelines. His work is driven by strong relationships with his clients and close collaboration with his team, in order to effectively adapt to unique client needs and provide custom-tailored services that generate relevant and valuable long-term impact.
Daniel serves clients in Financial Services (International Monetary Fund (IMF), Credit Suisse, Riyad Bank, the Saudi Investment Bank, and others); Energy, Extractives, and Utilities (Saudi Aramco, New York Power Authority (NYPA), ACWA Power, Ma'aden Mining Company, National Grid, SP Energy Networks, Scottish & Southern Energy Networks, UK Power Networks, and others); Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals (Merck, Bayer, NewYork-Presbyterian, and others); among other industries (McDonald's, National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts (Nareit), King Khalid Foundation, Saudi Telecom Company (STC), TELUS Corporation, and others).
He has also supported the development of AccountAbility's AA1000 AccountAbility Principles and AA1000 Assurance Standard, and is a Certified Sustainability Assurance Practitioner (CSAP).
Prior to joining AccountAbility, Daniel’s work focused on sustainability education and facilities management for corporate, government, and non-profit organizations. He has worked as a pricing analyst for Tradition Energy, where he brokered power and natural gas contracts for industrial and commercial clients. He most recently supported JPMorgan Chase’s Global Real Estate Group in evaluating portfolio-wide energy efficiency retrofit opportunities and served as the Assistant Director of Facilities for a non-profit, managing its LEED Gold-certified headquarters building in Manhattan.
Daniel holds a Master of Science degree in Sustainability Management from Columbia University, as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science with a Minor in Applied Statistics from the University of Michigan.