In today’s world the demand for sustainable investment opportunities continues to increase, with investors becoming more concerned with how their money is being invested, and the positive change this creates. The regulation and policy around ESG investing is also expected to intensify, with the aim to make companies more transparent and enable investors to make more informed decisions.
Although net zero and climate change continue to dominate within the sustainability space, biodiversity is also rapidly becoming a core focus for investors who are not only looking to protect the environment, but also the species that live within it.
This Special Report provides an outline on how the regulatory environment has pressured investment organisations to move towards sustainable investment models. The report also discusses how recent global events led to investment decisions challenging ESG approaches.