Legislation to clarify fiduciary duty could be mistake, says law firm

Efforts to clarify investors’ fiduciary duty with regards to environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors in regulation are misplaced and could “unnecessarily box investors in”, according to law firm Baker McKenzie.

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