The retirement community has roundly criticized a Labor Department proposal that would curb ESG investing in ERISA plans.
Standards for uniform ESG reporting by U.S. companies are improving, with more options for deeper dives on specific issues.
Institutional asset owners committed to ESG issues are finding evermore opportunities to collaborate with like-minded investors.
North American pension funds are shifting into higher gear to tackle climate change, with more data about the risks and opportunities.
European investors are set to get better tools to engage with companies whose debt and equity they own.
The COVID-19 crisis and spotlight on racial injustice are prompting some institutional investors to rethink their ESG priorities.
The risks and opportunities of ESG investing continue gaining acceptance by institutional asset owners.
Companies and investors alike stand to benefit from more standard disclosure of ESG risks and the measures being taken to address them.
U.S. institutional assets in ESG investments are growing quickly, as asset owners and managers get more creative.