Beware of Box-Checking in Sustainable Investing

Encouraging sustainability in capital markets: a vigilant approach

On March 27, Bloomberg Environment published an article, written by George Walker, CEO and Jonathan Bailey, Head of ESG Investing, which addresses the EU vote on requiring institutional investors to declare whether they consider sustainability objectives in their process.

Read more for insight on how to encourage capital markets to become more sustainable, avoid passive box-checking on voting issues and what regulators might do to create standards.

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