NBIM warns London listing change would curb investor influence
The manager of the world's largest sovereign wealth fund has added its voice to warnings that the UK's plans to reform its listing rules could "decrease" the influence of investor engagement with companies.
The growing importance of social issues for commercial real estate
More investors and developers are considering how real estate can be used to achieve positive social change, Cara Imbrailo writes
Paris-aligned benchmarks boom but are they helping the transition? Part two
Asset owners are placing money in Paris-aligned benchmarks at a quickening rate but questioned whether they facilitate the transition. Michael Hurley reports
FTSE Russell launches UK ESG index
BP faces shareholder rebellion over climate action climbdown
BP is to face a growing shareholder backlash at its AGM today over concerns the oil giant is scaling back its climate ambition.
Asia 'by far the most important region for the climate transition'
Asia has a key role to play in helping combat climate change, a webinar heard. Genevieve Redgrave reports
Tech stocks buck trend of declining emissions, NZAOA study finds
A decline in greenhouse gas emissions of listed equities globally in recent years was stunted by a rise in emissions from technology stocks, analysis conducted for the Net Zero Asset Owner Alliance (NZAOA) has found.
ESG industry 'has become a bit lazy'
Providing environmental, social and governance (ESG) data and investment products is "a contact sport, not an exercise one can do from a desk," according to a sustainable finance expert,...