The COP21 Paris Conference in 2015 was undoubtedly climate change’s ‘big bang’, but nevertheless a certain amount of scepticism greeted the legislation. After all, many had questions about how rms would integrate environmental, social and govern- ance (ESG) criteria into traditional asset manage- ment models.
Fast forward almost three years and rather than fizzle, the call for greater alignment between nance and the future well-being of the world and its inhabitants has only grown louder.
What has been even more surprising is the speed with which impact investing is now poised to cross into mainstream investment management, alongside ESG integration.
Additionally, the success of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) initiative has helped forge a common language for clients to understand.
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