ESG Investor’s weekly round-up of new hires in the sustainable investing sector.
ESG integration levels accelerate globally, but scepticism on performance leaves US lagging.
Survey suggests major investment institutions demanding are more from managers, while also building in-house capabilities.
The SGFC is Singapore’s first research institute dedicated to green finance research and talent development and is support by MAS and nine partner financial institutions.
Protocol aims to strike balance between scientific ambition, active engagement and divestment constraints.
Major pension schemes make the case for collective approach to investor engagement.
Over 1,800 companies asked to adopt science-based targets as part of a new engagement campaign.
Data suggests an uptick in gender diversity and inclusion in FTSE-listed companies.
More organisations investing in line with charitable mission, fewer seeing tension between profit and doing good.
Almost two thirds believe UK pension funds should be used to help tackle climate change and other ESG issues, according to new PLSA survey.
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