In Stewardship Matters 11 we explore why the culture of a company is inherently important and how it can inform the way in which we engage with corporate management and impact on the way in which we do business.
With the industry focused on environmental products and solutions, we are directing our efforts to the social arena. The need to create a more equitable and fairer society is something we can all agree on and there are many public companies that
Back in the 80s, an American fast food chain made the memorable slogan, “Where’s the beef?” to imply that its competitors were not providing enough substance – in this case - beef! In this update on the Emerging Markets (EM) we take some
Over the last decade, stewardship and sustainability have evolved rapidly, driven by a mixture of growing investor demand, increased sophistication to manage risk, improved reporting and enhanced regulation.
Sustainable investment has become a significant trend in financial markets as science and society address a growing range of issues that pose risk and opportunity: biodiversity protection, water management, extreme weather events, diversity, equity
In an environment where the term, ‘ESG’, has become politicised, we ask whether it is time to focus on stewardship, sustainability and impact to undertake better investment analysis, support our clients’ interests and contribute to solving