Fund managers are increasingly grappling with fragmented policies in China's $113 billion green bond market.
The debt structure for sustainability-backed bonds is "lacking" from the perspective of an impact investor, prompting Nuveen to stay away.
Central banks are increasingly interested in environmentally sound and socially responsible investment.
Janet Yellen and Christine Lagarde renewed their calls to banks and investors to mobilize private capital to combat climate change.
The European Union put in force new rules requiring fund managers to evaluate and disclose the ESG features of financial products.
Harvard University, the richest U.S. college, saw its fossil-fuel investments decline to less than 2% in fiscal 2020.
The U.S. lags in the booming $40 trillion sustainable finance industry, where European firms have built a seemingly unassailable lead.
Financing linked to environmental targets is rare in the high-yield market, even as the supply of global green bonds intensifies.
Private credit managers risk losing business unless they fix the glaring shortage of women, especially in top jobs.
President Donald Trump is speeding ahead with a proposal to make it more difficult for retirement plans to invest in ESG-focused funds.
A Swedish hedge fund manager says clients would like to put their money into sustainable strategies but are unsure of potential trade-offs.
Swedish pension fund Alecta wants to take active investing to a new level to force the companies it owns to be more ethical.
Two Sigma is starting a group to back companies that develop their employees' potential.
Boston Common Asset Management is planning to confront banks and real estate investors as an eviction crisis looms across the U.S.
Chinese firms are struggling to overcome fallout from the coronavirus and a trade war, making implementing an ESG reporting rule unlikely.
Investors managing $12 trillion are demanding a rapid green recovery in Europe to avoid worsening financial, health and social problems.
The National Employment Savings Trust will back a climate resolution asking for France's Total to adopt a tougher stance on climate change.
Harris Associates will enact investor-driven measures after it was found that one of its top managers helped fund climate-skeptic groups.
One of Europe's largest independent shareholder advisers is backing the Bank of England's call for restraints on top bankers' pay.
Some of Australia's biggest funds are pouring money into U.S. clean energy projects as they find a shortage of green investments at home.
Two of Finland's biggest pension funds are determined to make their portfolios carbon neutral over the next 15 years.
A key operator in Hong Kong's pension system is helping the city to push its investment industry to adopt ESG criteria.
Taking a passive stance on climate change isn't something Australia's $2 trillion superannuation industry can get away with for much longer.
Many hedge fund money managers have been slow to adopt ESG strategies, faulting inconsistent data and a shortage of expertise.