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Stan Miranda, co-founder and chairman of Partners Capital, on the unprecedented opportunity that is climate impact investing and the 'very short' list of talent to capitalise on it.
ESG and sustainability are now being worked into deal documentation, but it may take a while before the private debt industry is seen to be truly making a difference.
As the global investment community grapples with net-zero commitments and pledges made at COP26, natural capital should rise to the top of the agenda, argues Schroders global head of sustainability solutions, Sarah Bratton Hughes
What the planet needs right now – and what is often overlooked by investors and the media alike – are pragmatic, enterprise-oriented solutions that harness today’s technology, writes Tikehau Capital's Pierre Abadie.
Investors have concerns over what is happening in the broadly syndicated loan space. The private debt market must learn the lessons.
Many leading PE firms are still investing in fossil fuels. If they want to be seen as leaders in the energy transition, they need to stop now or do a much better job of explaining their position.
Regulatory changes in Europe are accelerating the shift towards sustainable finance in private markets, but may also be exacerbating 'greenwashing', argues Simon Witney, a senior consultant at law firm Travers Smith.
Investors should look towards private market opportunities to create climate impact, writes Rebecca Craddock-Taylor, director of sustainable investment at Gresham House.
An impact fund could convert a coal power plant to natural gas, but wouldn’t necessarily be an Article 9 fund, Allianz’s Jemima Atkins says.
The summit’s post-covid Berlin comeback is awash in the language of sustainable investing, as infra investors look to build back better.
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