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It requires investors to incorporate all value drivers, including environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors, in investment decision making.
With the debate about whether fiduciary duty requires investors to integrate material ESG issues in their investment decisions now settled, the Legal Framework for Impact research report addresses fundamental legal questions about the pursuit of better real-world sustainability outcomes.
An extensive research and policy engagement programme to end the debate on whether fiduciary duty is a legitimate barrier to the integration of environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues in investment practice and decision-making.
This report describes how the integration of economic, social and governance (ESG) issues into investment practice and decision making is an increasingly standard part of the regulatory and legal requirements for institutional investors, along with requirements to consider the sustainability-related preferences of their clients and beneficiaries.
This session will tackle challenges around implementing net zero commitments featuring case studies, guidance and collaboration across the finance sector including through the initiatives in the Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero.