'Writing on the wall' for uptick in SEC's ESG scrutiny, says law firm
14 June 2022
The "writing is on the wall" for a significant uptick in scrutiny by the US securities markets regulator of fund manager claims of environmental, social and governance (ESG) integration, according to a US law firm.
UK government hearing expresses doubt over carbon credits resolution
13 March 2020
Carbon market experts were gloomy about the prospects of resolving challenges to building a global market for offsets at the next UN climate talks.
Building out the yieldco
22 June 2015
With more yieldcos expected to come to market in coming months, how will this asset class evolve, asks Sophie Robinson-Tillett
Limited capacity for more UK 'yieldcos', says lawyer
21 January 2015
The UK public equity market may have limited capacity to absorb more renewable energy 'yieldcos' – listed vehicles that mostly own operational solar and wind projects – according to a leading lawyer.