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Large asset owners are invested across the whole economy, which can cause double-counting of supply chain emissions, says a senior executive.
The ESG Data Convergence Initiative and other efforts to standardise ESG metrics in private equity neglect materiality, say panellists at PEI Group’s Responsible Investment Forum.
Novata, an ESG data software company for investment managers, is the latest to receive private equity backing – following the likes of Blackstone, CVC and KKR.
Champions of responsible investment are worried about the ESG backlash from several US pension funds and state governors; they must take the debate to the detractors’ camp.
Andrew Siwo, New York State Common Retirement Fund, and Elizabeth Seeger, IFRS Foundation
New York State Common Retirement Fund’s $20bn impact strategy must have the same the risk/return traits as any other investment, says Andrew Siwo.
The firm has been decarbonising its UK ports assets for the past 15 years, says Philippe Camu, co-head of GSAM’s infrastructure team.
The European Investment Fund is ramping up its climate-focused investments, aiming for it to comprise 25% of the fund's activities by 2024.
Photo of Jacqueline van den Ende, CEO of Carbon Equity
Carbon Equity, 'the Moonfare alternative for impact investing', is eyeing rapid growth to meet growing demand from mass affluent individuals for access to climate venture capital funds.
Investors are getting more exacting about impact, says CBRE IM's Andrew Davey, as the firm reaches £500m for its open-end affordable housing fund with fresh commitments from two UK pension funds.
Paris-based debt firm Rivage Investment is the latest in a growing crowd of debt firms to launch impact strategies.

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