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Valuation and risk models must be sufficiently long term to capture the full impact of ESG risks and opportunities. There are trade-offs between capturing the benefits of deep ESG analysis and building a portfolio that adheres to traditional diversification approaches.
For listed equity investors, the decision to engage with or divest from ESG laggards depends on the ESG issues concerned as well as the (sustainability) objectives of their clients and beneficiaries.
This due diligence questionnaire (DDQ) has been developed to help investors understand and evaluate listed equity managers’ approaches to responsible investment.
Plenary session 8: Listed equity for the next 10 years Speakers: Hervé Guez, Global Head of Research and CIO of Equities & Fixed Income, Mirova Carolina Minio-Paluello, Global Head of Product, Solutions & Quant, Schroders John Quealy, Chief Investment Officer, Trillium Asset Management Laura Starks, Professor, The University of Texas ...