New research by Duncan Lamont, Head of Strategic Research at Schroders, asks if firms with sustainable practices trade at higher valuations.
New research from HSBC Asset Management investigates the use of ESG metrics for asset allocation decisions.
Hoa Briscoe-Tran of Ohio State University discusses a new method for getting the inside view on corporate ESG practices.
Some experts are increasingly skeptical that ESG scores have any direct correlation to more sustainable business. Published by MIT Management Sloan School.
MSCI looks at ESG indexes and the growing focus on climate change.
Cambridge Associates has published new research in which the firm argues that all investors would benefit from understanding the risks and opportunities associated with climate justice in order to progress change.
Carol Adams of Durham University Business School says a more conceptual framework for sustainability reporting is needed.
Jordan Waldrep, CIO of TrueMark Investments, says greenwashing is pervasive among the biggest and most popular ESG ETFs.
Yannik Bofinger of the University of Giessen explains why fund managers risk looking like they have inferior investment skill when they choose to invest sustainably. As a result, he calls for a new and more holistic approach to evaluate fund investment skill.
Nadia Bonnet of Arendt & Medernach and Antoine Peter of Arendt Regulatory Consulting discuss the main features of the EU Taxonomy and the implementation challenges that lie ahead.