ESG investing plays to active managers’ traditional strengths, but they must also master new skills and metrics, says Patrick Ghali, Managing Partner, Sussex Partners.
Events in Ukraine gave sustainability-minded investors pause for thought.
Environmental reforms will require asset managers to manage and report on a wider range of risks and opportunities, says Simon Witney, Senior Consultant, Travers Smith.
Shervin Shameli, Partner at Reed Smith, explains how ESG considerations for private funds are rapidly evolving from standards and disclosures to compensation.
Financial institutions faced the flak this week, with investors among the casualties.
Krisztina Tora, Chief Market Development Officer, The Global Steering Group for Impact Investment, says the finance sector can act today while pushing for policy that will scale up impact investing.
Andrew Probert, EMEA Head of ESG Advisory at Kroll, considers the headwinds that may hamper progress in setting global sustainability standards.
Jonathan Porteous, Partner at Stevens & Bolton, explains how innovation in the bond markets can help to tackle gender inequality.
Major investors continue to step up their scrutiny of energy sector’s transition credentials.
Ashley Alder, Chair of IOSCO and CEO of the HK SFC, calls for greater consistency and transparency for ESG ratings and data.
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