COP15: Schroders to file environmental resolutions 'more frequently'
Asset manager Schroders will file resolutions at companies related to sustainability more often in the coming years, an executive has said.
Global carbon credit registry integration project launched
The International Emissions Trading Association (IETA), World Bank and Singapore have launched a open-source project to improve interoperability of global carbon credit registries.
Schroders warns of 'profound' financial biodiversity impact
Biodiversity impacts will radically transform entire industries if policy fails to adequately take them into account, an executive at Schroders has said.
Investors turn to engagement, best-in-class firms to counter greenwashing
The majority of institutional investors are turning to active engagement and 'best-in-class' positive selection as key investment approaches to integrate sustainability and counter 'greenwashing,' according to a survey by Schroders Investment Management.
The ESG data files - part four: fixed income data
While the availability of sustainability-related data for fixed income investments is catching up with that for equities, much progress remains to be made, Michael Hurley is told
Schroders acquires majority stake in impact investor
Schroders is set to acquire a majority stake in Swiss-based impact investor BlueOrchard Finance for an undisclosed price.
ESG ratings ‘not far from being random’
Ratings of companies’ performance on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues are “not far from being random”, Schroders has claimed.
People Moves: Natixis, Wells Fargo Asset Management, Schroders, PIMCO, Truvalue Labs, MSCI, SASB, Boston Trust and Walden, ANZ and Swiss Association for Responsible Investment
Harald Walkate has been appointed as Natixis Investment Managers' first head of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and ESG.
SDGs are not a 'silver bullet' for investors, says Schroders
Schroders has expressed its concern that the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are "misappropriated and misused", as "they were not designed for investors" in the first place.
World still heading towards a 4.1°C rise, Schroders warns
The world remains on course for catastrophic 4.1°C temperature rise, despite "encouraging strides" made by the oil and gas industry, according to Schroders Climate Progress Dashboard.