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The International Finance Corporation’s Neil Gregory says investors are coalescing around two similar ways of measuring impact.
We asked 10 private markets managers whether and how they are using various ESG reporting frameworks. The answers? It’s complicated.
European fund manager Capza will link loan costs and its own carried interest to ESG KPIs for its sixth private debt fund, says managing director Laurent Benard.
New Private Markets spoke to a dozen experts in search of the ESG holy grail: an empirical link between sustainable investing and improved financial returns. Here's what we found.
Mid-market investor EV Private Equity is tying compensation for Fund VI to the achievement of impact objectives.
LPs will soon have trillions to invest in impact but an LP-GP disconnect is hampering progress, writes Jeremy Smith, head of impact at placement agent Rede Partners.
Private credit investors are well positioned to engage with management teams, but more work needs to be done to standardise metrics, writes Will Nicoll, CIO of M&G’s private and alternative assets team.
The £57bn pension has an ambitious target to reach net zero by 2035. CEO Morten Nilsson urges investors in private markets to help by gathering more extensive carbon data.
The technology and expertise exist to communicate non-financial KPIs to LPs with regularity, but don’t expect it to happen any time soon.
Impact investment allows firms to demonstrate their environmental and social credentials, but are their claims accurate? We take a look at the race to develop better measurement frameworks.
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