Japanese insurers get to grips with ESG

Japanese insurers get to grips with ESG

Three major Japanese insurers – Tokio Marine Group, MS&AD Insurance Group, and Nippon Life Insurance – are beginning to integrate climate risks and environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors into their strategies, each with its own focus area. Elena K. Johansson reports.

ESG evolution: don't forget the followers

ESG evolution: don't forget the followers

Proposed revisions to the UK Stewardship Code could be a game changer, if they encourage investment laggards to play their part in the sustainability transition, argues Claire Jones

ESG indexes get smarter

ESG indexes get smarter

Combining factor investing and ESG, and adopting AI-based ESG data are among the hot trends in sustainability-focused indexes, writes Peter Cripps

Sustainability by proxy - Part four: PIRC

Sustainability by proxy - Part four: PIRC

In the final part of a series on highly influential proxy voting providers, Michael Hurley asks what PIRC is doing to develop the guidance it provides investors on environmental issues