As environmental, social and governance concerns have become a primary focus for many investors, ESG investing has particularly taken flight in recent years. A few governing bodies have started to build out frameworks to make ESG, or sustainable, investing a requirement in which investors and asset managers need to operate. But, should investors be concerned about compromising potential return opportunities for the sake of sustainability? Or can they have their cake and eat it too? On this episode of Disruptive Forces, Sarah Peasey, Head of European ESG Investing, and Jeroen Brand, Senior Portfolio Manager of Global Sustainable Equities, chat with Anu Rajakumar to provide their insights on how ESG investing began, how the regulations could change the investment landscape and how sustainable investing approaches are already getting put into practice.
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(24:54) Charitable contributions are a vital source of capital for non-profit organizations, but how do investors consider allocating to these causes within their portfolio construction?
The Liquidity Squeeze in Secondaries
(23:05) As the thirst for liquidity solutions intensifies, are we on the brink of a major market growth spurt in Private Equity Secondaries?
A Force to Be Reckoned With
(22:41) As we mark our 100th episode, we explore the disruptions facing our industry at large.