The evolution of the ESG investment landscape
Explore the ESG investment landscape to help better understand the use of ESG factors alongside traditional metrics to mitigate sustainable investment risks.
Alternative assets and climate change
Alternatives have the potential to be a game-changer for investors as they look to take action to mitigate climate risk, reduce portfolio emissions and maintain attractive long-term yields. Global Head of Alternatives Anton Pil and Global Head of Sustainable Investing Jennifer Wu explore the reasons why.
Explaining the impact of EU MiFID II regulation on Sustainable Investing
The amendments to the European Union Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (EU MiFID II) Delegated Regulation aim to integrate sustainability preferences into financial firms’ advisory and portfolio management processes to ensure that clients’ sustainability preferences are taken into account.
Explaining the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) recommendations
The climate-related disclosure recommendations set out by the TCFD are structured across four key areas: governance, strategy, risk management, and metrics and targets.
Exploring the economics of Europe’s energy crisis
Surging energy prices and faltering gas supply could trigger an economic shock for Europe. Learn more about the investment implications of the looming energy crisis.
China equity and ESG investing: China’s sustainable future
Investing sustainably in China isn’t a black and white issue. While some investors will be put off by China’s headline record on environmental or social issues, a closer look reveals a much more nuanced picture, with many Chinese companies ranking favourably in ESG terms compared to their peers in the US, or even in Europe. In this sense, it’s not the market itself, but what lies within, that’s important.