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"Asset managers responsible for trillions in investments, issuers, lenders, credit rating agencies, analysts, index providers, stock exchanges – nearly all types of market participants – use ESG as a significant driver in decision-making, capital allocation, pricing, and value assessments"
The financial solutions provider has added a new ratings and scoring system as part of its advisory offering.
Ardian is redesigning its approach to buyout investing through a new sustainability measurement methodology.
Fund managers expect standardisation to be a few years away, but they’re worried about being accused of greenwashing in the meantime, an Intertrust survey suggests.
ESG ratings agencies are increasingly stepping into private markets. That could point to greater standardization in ESG, and more transparency for private equity.
NTR, Whitehelm Capital, Schroders, Vantage Infrastructure, BBVA and GRESB discuss measurement, what happens when things go wrong and why covid-19 is likely to accelerate ESG's march to the mainstream.
Anna Foller, sustainability manager at the Sixth Swedish National Pension Fund, talks us through the fund’s response to climate change.
David Russell, head of responsible investment at the UK's biggest private pension, discusses how the private equity industry is reacting to climate change.
More work is needed to make standardised data on ESG available for smaller companies in the leveraged loan markets.
As GRESB passes the 10-year mark, Lisa Fu puts the industry’s yardstick under the microscope

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