Forward towards a more sustainable future
The COP27 marked another milestone towards a more sustainable future with green finance becoming key to achieving this. Under the umbrella of green finance, multiple ways of thinking about capital allocation come together: impact investing, ESG, and sustainable financial products. The energy transition is underway, and the asset management industry is critical in building a fairer and more sustainable future.
Greenwashing has been a major concern for the growth of green finance. How can investors know that their money actually makes a positive impact?
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What can the industry take away from the recent COP27? Have business leaders and policymakers moved closer towards upholding the Paris Agreement?
When assessing what the world of tomorrow could bring, especially in terms of a more green and sustainable future, the role infrastructure plays becomes clearer.
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Allocating towards a net-zero future requires investing across multiple asset classes. The path towards a greener tomorrow is not built on one asset class.
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Impact investing remains a largely misunderstood concept. This is particularly true in the world of credit markets. Here are four myths that are now debunked.
Benchmarks for ESG investors have become more popular in recent years. However, how they are built matters; the data behind these products can help or hinder ESG efforts.
Are hedge funds managers implementing ESG criteria? If yes, how do they go about doing this?
Looking at private markets through an ESG lens can help investors spot hidden opportunities, as well as fulfil commitments towards a greener world.
Impact Investing has seen substantial growth in recent years. The opportunity to make a meaningful impact alongside investment returns is understandably attractive to investors.