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Fiona Reynolds, the outgoing CEO of UNPRI, says the organisation has a challenge: balancing an inclusive 'big tent' approach with the need to combat greenwashing.
The weight of the institutions involved and the clarity of the approach suggest that the ESG Data Convergence Project could herald the standardisation of ESG data in private equity.
Actions towards net zero targets are a factor in the New Zealand superannuation fund’s policy for withdrawing capital.
Many do not feel they should take greater responsibility for their carbon footprints, but US GPs are nonetheless taking action, according to a survey of 358 private equity executives.
The GP has three ESG-linked fund facilities and was behind 'the world’s largest sustainability loan in the healthcare sector'.
Regulatory and reputational risk make human rights an increasingly hot ESG topic, said LPs at Thursday's Responsible Investment Forum APAC Investor Day.
S&P Global Ratings claims the fear may be greater than the reality, but there are plenty of examples out there to make investors feel uneasy.
The fund administrator joins a growing list of private markets stakeholders that own ESG data products.
With regulatory uncertainty surrounding ESG, managers need to go back to every claim armed with the facts, said Blackstone on a panel at the PEI Media Investor Relations Forum.
China’s CIC, Japan’s GPIF and South Korea’s KIC and NPS are now rolling out ESG initiatives.

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