Finding the Impetus for Systems Change

You probably wouldn’t do this without a safety net or a rope. An old rope is not reassuring. Enacting systems change requires breaking the cycle of positive reinforcement of the current system. Easier said than done. The current requirements that asset owners and their representatives (gatekeepers, OCIOs, investment consultants) stipulate before entrusting their assets to...

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The Critical State of ESG Investing

The whole ESG — environmental, social and governance — investment industry is at a cross roads. Either something happens to make it effective and meaningful, or blind pursuit of, and irrational clinging to, outdated beliefs and practices will push the whole of society into a very dangerous situation, with a majority of people erroneously thinking...

ESG Integration: Beyond Checking the Box

A Critique of Pure Frenzy As the ESG investment movement gathers momentum, it seems as though the need for critical appraisal of the activity is being pushed to the corners of our attention. All of the major asset managers and banking institutions have jumped on the band wagon to provide some product or service, designed...

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