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Investors should look towards private market opportunities to create climate impact, writes Rebecca Craddock-Taylor, director of sustainable investment at Gresham House.
Travers Smith lawyers George Weavil and Carys Clipper describe a new type of sustainability-linked ratchet that could accelerate ESG improvements at the asset level.
A guide to getting started on ESG reporting and disclosure, by Victoria Gillespie, who is responsible for fund services firm JTC’s ESG offering.
When it comes to ESG in private credit, the spirit is willing, but there is a lack of cohesion in both expectations and approaches, write Debevoise lawyers John Young and Sophie Michalski.
The way US consumers are assessed for credit has left 'as many as 70 million' without proper access to credit, writes Manny Citron, managing partner of financial services impact firm Volery Capital Partners.
Fund managers – especially credit firms – need to rethink how they assess target companies’ cyber resiliency as part of their ESG due diligence, writes Terésa Cutter, managing director and head of ESG and impact at private debt firm White Oak Global Advisors.
Amy Kennedy, a leveraged finance partner at law firm Akin Gump, describes the development of a market trend that ‘will only continue.'
Khalida Ali, director of diversity and inclusion at Vista Equity Partners, goes into detail on how the tech investor is trying to reinforce an inclusive and welcoming culture.
Europe's damaging delay on natural gas. Plus: GCM Grosvenor hits target on diverse-owned managers, Ares reports on sustainability and more.
The EU’s classification of what counts as sustainable could lose credibility at the first hurdle if it succumbs to political compromise, writes Reynir Indahl, managing partner of Summa Equity.

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