Demand and supply are rising but asset owners should be clear on intent and risk in sustainability-themed funds.
Lack of awareness of human rights violations in apparel supply chains is no longer an excuse as incoming legislation forces accountability.
Soon-to-be-launched TNFD and other frameworks offer investors and corporates much-needed direction on measuring nature-related risks.
Kevin Bourne, Head of Sustainable Finance at IHS Markit, says important steps are being taken to help institutional investors measure and manage...
Angry Clean Energy Guy Assaad Razzouk explains his problems with ESG investing and his solution for addressing at least some of them.
Collaboration between data providers and users critical as expectations, methodologies and regulation of ESG scores and ratings evolve.
Current practice “a world away from what is needed”, says ShareAction, flagging voting records and training among areas of concern.
End-users seeking more transparency around cost and methodology to improve comparability.
Ahead of COP26, PRI-convened asset owners seek clarification on UK government climate targets, risks and opportunities.
Chris Fidler, Senior Director for Global Industry Standards, outlines the CFA Institute’s plans to ease due diligence efforts of asset owners.
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