A senior executive at the world’s largest investor-led sustainable investment platform has said that market cap investment indices are no longer fit for purpose.
Institutional investors are increasingly looking to real assets for sustainability and capital preservation, although difficulty finding suitable opportunities is seen as an impediment.
Asset allocators remain determined to take the fight to companies lacking transparency on environmental and human rights issues.
The more positive outlook for China presents a test for investors' ESG principles, with reports continuing to emerge of alleged forced labour abuses.
One of the large-scale regulations coming into play in 2023 will be fresh European rules around ESG fund marketing. Asian nations are also planning labelling and disclosure requirements.
Dry warehouses could generate all the energy they need from solar panels on roofs.
It's better to incorporate a sustainability agenda in portfolios than simply divesting, the insurer's sustainability head for Malaysia says. Frameworks are key to achieve this.
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Zero carbon commitments of advanced economy investors can destabilise emerging markets if the social risks are ignored.
Private equity, digital assets and ESG are the focus for wealthy families while inflation is top threat, new study finds.
Some of the big investors encouraging agreements where building owners and tenants can help cut emissions. Still, these deals can be hard to put in place.
The Malaysian sovereign wealth fund believes that the 'G' in ESG is critical if sustainability is to drive alpha going forward.