The investment management industry must put more emphasis on inclusion if efforts to accomplish true diversity are to pay off.
The largest listed companies in industrialized nations must act quickly if the goals of the Paris Agreement on climate change are to be met.
A group of investors representing $4.5 trillion in assets pledged their commitment to address risks raised by facial recognition technology.
A market-led initiative to help businesses assess emerging nature-related risks and opportunities has been launched.
UBS announced two senior appointments for its new sustainability and impact unit, reporting to the president of UBS Asset Management.
Putting in place a decarbonization policy for a large, diversified portfolio that balances ambition with fiduciary duty can be hard work.
The European ETFs industry is developing at a fast pace, as the pandemic and ESG-specific products accelerate institutional interest.
While money managers are working to improve ethnic diversity and inclusion, data are lacking and hindering evaluation of their efforts.
Norway's Ministry of Finance appointed an "expert group" to assess how climate change will impact on the country's wealth fund.
Sabine Lochmann was named global head of Moody's ESG measures, leading the business within the ESG solutions group.
Asset owners have offered their help in determining how the U.K. financial sector can contribute to the U.K.'s shift to a net-zero economy.
Investors want a firm responsible for providing food parcels to U.K. schoolchildren in the COVID-19 lockdown to answer critical questions.
An industry forum that helps investors to escalate issues with U.K. companies had its strongest year of collective engagement in 2020.
Three firms have founded the Natural Capital Investment Alliance, aiming to attract $10 billion into nature-related opportunities by 2022.
The Council on Ethics of Sweden's AP funds has issued a statement of its expectations of global technology companies on human rights.
Money managers with $9 trillion in AUM have launched an initiative committing to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
The EC has been asked to improve its guidelines for assessing applicants for public policy-related contracts after BlackRock ESG study hire.
Companies that fail to align with commitments to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement on climate change may find themselves denied capital.
U.K. money managers have been issued the first set of standards for responsible and sustainable investment management.
The EU's green bond issuance has caught investors' attention, not only for financial opportunities but also for its impact on the market.
HSBC GAM and climate change advice and investment firm Pollination Group will establish a "natural capital" manager joint venture.
The CFA Institute seeks industry input on its new standard for environmental, social and governance disclosures by money managers.
Pension funds and money managers are addressing the "chronic underrepresentation" of Black talent in financial institutions in the U.K.
Institutional investors are calling on companies operating in the Persian Gulf to safeguard migrant workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Green subordinated bonds issued by banks may not stay green in a stressed or crisis scenario, Fitch Ratings warned.