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Research from the investment consultant shows the growth in number and size of impact funds in market.
75% of private equity funds are required to report on ESG to their LPs but 90% of portfolio companies are unsure of how to provide their owners with the data they require, a report by KEY ESG has found.
There is huge opportunity for those providing ESG data products or services to private markets investors.
By 2027, an average of 50% of Asia-Pacific family offices’ portfolios will be allocated to ‘sustainable investments’ across asset classes, a survey by the Raffles Family Office shows.
Private market asset managers are failing 'to keep pace with level of ambition' needed to reach 2050 net-zero ambitions', say members of the Net Zero Asset Owners Alliance.
ICI, a private equity-focused decarbonisation group hosted by the UN’s PRI, urges PE firms to set net-zero targets.
With natural assets still waiting to be correctly valued, ‘a huge arbitrage opportunity will exist for the investors that are willing to lean in’, StepStone says.
The monitoring of ESG debt KPIs for ESG-linked debt facilities is more prevalent among those GPs looking to raise bigger funds, according to Investec's GP Trends 2022 report.
This 'should come as no surprise' given that privately held companies are newer to making progress on ESG, says a Boston Consulting Group report.
The Global Impact Investing Network – which is taking over from the IFC in hosting the Operating Principles for Impact Management – estimated the market at $715bn in 2020.

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