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A consultation on SFDR has raised questions about what the regulatory framework for impact and ESG strategies will look like in Europe.
A tree's roots find their way through a maze in the rocky ground
Private markets have accepted that ESG isn’t a fad, but as the backlash against such initiatives persists, effective data management may provide a solution.
Data convergence participation, sustainability skills and portfolio-level value creation plans were top of mind for asset owners and investment consultants at PEI’s Responsible Investment Forum in San Francisco in September.
'Whenever you see the SEC taking action across rulemaking, exams and enforcement... it should be seen as a clear signal that this is a big focus for them, and you need to get your house in order...'
(L-R) William Kadouch-Chassaing, Eurazeo; Maaike van der Schoot, AlpInvest Partners; Elsa Palanza, ICG; Toby Mitchenall, New Private Markets
At a conference in Paris on Tuesday, ICG's global head of ESG and sustainability Elsa Palanza linked anti-ESG sentiment in certain US states to a 'language problem' in the sustainability industry.
Bill requires all large companies to track and report Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions
Knight in armour on green background
Large private markets firms Carlyle, KKR and Apollo are at pains to highlight the connection between ESG and financial performance in their annual sustainability reports.
'Greenwashing' a target-rich environment.
We asked Private Funds CFO’s New Faces of Finance to share their thoughts on DE&I, technology, and more.

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