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With TPG, Brookfield and BlackRock launching global south climate strategies, large scale institutional capital may finally be destined for emerging markets.
The Middle East is positioning itself 'to lead the energy transition', says Shaikh Abdulla, CEO of Bahrain's SWF Mumtalakat, which is anchoring Investcorp's climate fund.
The Californian pension fund has acquired a stake in Just Climate, the innovative climate investment firm founded by Generation Investment Management.
'Whenever you see the SEC taking action across rulemaking, exams and enforcement... it should be seen as a clear signal that this is a big focus for them, and you need to get your house in order.'
'Carbon reduction and net zero is in no way under control. It's not time to turn our attention to biodiversity or elsewhere just yet,' says Pamela Thomas, US real estate managing director at CPP.
Brian Kernohan, Manulife Investment Management
The head of sustainability for Manulife's $74bn private markets division believes the industry needs to do more to address inequality, rather than 'fuel it with with the investing decisions that we make'.
Greg Shell, Goldman Sachs Asset Management
Greg Shell, head of the inclusive growth strategy at Goldman Sachs AM, argues that social impact can deliver ‘premium investment returns’.
Though sometimes considered best practice, linking carried interest to impact is not without its downsides, according to panellists at this month's Impact Investor Summit: North America.
The industry has made giant strides forward on the pressing and fiddly issue of ESG data; it is now looking forward to 'a focus on outcomes'.

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