The limits to sustainable investing in times of sparse company reporting

The limits to sustainable investing in times of sparse company reporting

Sustainable investment has developed rapidly in the last decade. However, inconsistent measures of ESG factors and ratings present challenges to sustainable investing. In this blog our Associate, Niklas Pape, discusses the data challenges he observes, their implications and potential ways forward.

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The Green New Deal: What Is It and Why It Should Be Embraced by Investors

The Green New Deal: What Is It and Why It Should Be Embraced by Investors

The Green New Deal aims to create green growth while tackling the climate crisis and economic inequality. To achieve this huge investment is required, can the enormous growth of sustainability linked finance be a solution to break the deadlock in Washington? Find out more in our latest blog!  

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Corporate Purpose and Sustainable Value Creation

Corporate Purpose and Sustainable Value Creation

Too many companies fall in a vicious cycle of short-term pressures taking action that destroy long-term value and further increase short-term pressures. Perhaps the best way to resist such short-term pressures and stay on the course to business excellence is a strong corporate purpose that is widely understood and shared by employees of an organization.

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Sustainable and Responsible Investing: How to Make It Work

Sustainable and Responsible Investing: How to Make It Work

An increasing number of investors have committed to integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues in their asset allocation decisions. This is good: we should invest our money according to our values. This article explores the question: how we can build a better understanding of the value implications of sustainability investments?

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