2021 was the year ESG moved into the investment mainstream. It was also the year that ESG Investor established itself as authoritative voice on sustainable investing, focused on providing asset owners with the information they need to pursue best practice in a fast-changing environment.
With COP26 still resonating and reshaping investor and policy priorities, what will 2022 hold? Environmental issues will continue to dominate the agenda, as new rules and frameworks aim to reset the relationship between profit and planet. This may lead to escalation of active engagement on climate and biodiversity themes – particularly during the AGM season – but asset owners will not ignore social and governance issues either.
Increasingly, they view sustainable returns as best achieved by working with partners and investing in firms which recognise long-term responsibilities to stakeholders across society, remaining alert to ever-evolving risks and opportunities.
For certain, the pace of change in sustainable investing will accelerate in 2022, as the asset owner’s options are redrawn by new regulations, standards, fund solutions, data and tools. As sustainable investing scales up, so too will ESG Investor broaden and deepen its coverage, extending the channels and formats we use to share news, industry insights and best practice with its growing global readership.
Like asset owners, we’re focused on delivering sustainable returns - and positive impact - in the long term.
Chris Hall, Founding Editor
At ESG Investor, we aim to be the practical information hub for asset owners looking to invest successfully and sustainably for the long term. As best practice evolves, we will share the news, insights and data to guide asset owners on their individual journey to ESG integration.
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Chris is founding editor of ESG Investor, and has edited and written for a wide range of financial markets titles globally, both as freelancer and in-house, over the past two decades.
Co-founder & Managing Director
Nick is co-founder of ESG Investor, and also set up Regulation Asia, the leading regulatory news service for Asia-Pacific. Until recently, Nick also helped Bambu, a leading Wealthtech, set up their European operations.
Aaran previously worked as a financial journalist and market reporter at Euromoney, Mergermarket, and Dealreporter. He joined ESG Investor from Contentive, where he edited and wrote for Accountancy Age, The Global Treasurer, The CFO, and Infinite Intelligence (formerly Bobsguide).
Vibeka Mair joined ESG Investor from Capital Monitor where she wrote and edited across a range of sustainable investment topics. She has previously held roles at Responsible Investor. Civil Society Media, Charity Finance, Utility Week and Investment & Pensions Europe.
Emmy studied English Literature at the University of Birmingham and started working in business and financial journalism in 2018. She has previously written for Accountancy Age, Investment Week, OPTO and BusinessBecause.
Jack Grogan-Fenn studied Journalism as an undergraduate before attaining a Masters in International Journalism, both at City University London. He also studied French and Politics at Sciences Po Reims as part of the ERASMUS programme.
SALES & MARKETING
Ben Fitch is an independant sales and publishing consultant with over 17 years of experience in the financial publishing sector, most recently as an associate publisher at the Financial Times.
Head of Research & Co-founder, Regulation Asia
Brad leads the Asia operations of Regulation Asia as co-founder. He oversees Research for both ESG Investor & Regulation Asia and looks at the intersection of financial markets and government policy.
Charlene Zhang CFA
Charlene is a research analyst in the Regulation Asia research team, covering various financial regulation related topics across Asia Pacific. Charlene holds a masters degree in professional accounting and applied finance from the University of Queensland.
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