A thriving number of massive influential institutional investors today are integrating ESG metrics into their capital allocation and stewardship criteria. This is a forefront for a powerful movement to add environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) standards. This shift toward sustainable finance, which is evolving beyond socially responsible investing to include asset management and ownership, has profound implications for investors and companies alike.
A recent report from Refinitiv – “A Deep Dive Into Environmental Metrics” – found that 63% of companies within Refinitiv’s Environmental Social Governance (ESG) database have already made various policies to reduce emissions.
Translating this kind of investment strategy into substantial financial results for shareholders, both in the short and long term, requires insights into the steps that a company must take to heighten the influence and sustainability of its business models. And we are here to help and guide you through it all.
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