ESG & Responsible Investing
Schroders and BlueOrchard, an emerging markets impact specialist and a member of the Schroders Group, have continued their strong collaboration with the launch of a climate impact strategy targeting positive environmental change in emerging markets.
New Zealand asset manager Kiwi Wealth has collaborated with German index engineer Solactive to create a bespoke benchmark aligned with the asset manager’s own sustainability principles.
Carmignac has secured ISR accreditation for three additional funds – Carmignac Portfolio Patrimoine Europe, Carmignac Portfolio Emergents and Carmignac Euro-Entrepreneurs.
BlackRock to acquire Baringa Partners’ Climate Change Scenario Model through new long-term partnership
BlackRock is to acquire and integrate Baringa’s industry-leading Climate Change Scenario Model into its Aladdin Climate technology.
Foxberry is collaborating with Sustainalytics, a Morningstar company and a leading global provider of ESG research, ratings and data, to offer institutional investors access to a wide range of ESG information through the foxf9 platform.
Non-finance data sets increasingly sit at the heart of investment with over 70 per cent of decisions impacted by ESG Factors, says Bright Data research
Bright Data (formerly Luminati Networks), an online data collection platform, has released new research findings that underscore the importance of ESG considerations in investing, and demonstrate the importance organiations place on environmental and social impact when doing business.
Rathbone Unit Trust Management has changed the name of the Rathbone Global Sustainability Fund to the Rathbone Greenbank Global Sustainability Fund, to better reflect the collaboration between Rathbone Unit Trust Management and Rathbone Greenbank Investments, Rathbones’ ethical, sustainable and impact (ESI) investment and research team.
AXA IM has set clear guidelines to limit investment in companies involved in deforestation and natural ecosystem conversion, including companies operating in the palm oil, soy, timber and cattle industries.
Pension schemes unanimously expect to have fully integrated climate risk into their decisions by 2026, according to new figures collected by Willis Towers Watson.
The UK’s largest asset manager, Legal & General Investment Management, is set to divest from four companies over insufficient action on climate risk.