Sustainable investment and
Changes in climate policies and public perception, along with technological advances, are already causing impacts on investors and business. Where trustees and directors fail to consider or act on climate change, they are ignoring a risk. In the meantime investment and business opportunities will be missed.
As governments progress with implementing reporting like TCFD (climate disclosures), areas like pension administration will also need to understand and look to reduce their impact. This is where evaluation criteria, such as ESG investing, is becoming increasingly important.
Our approach to ESG
We provide comprehensive advice on the regulatory ESG framework and design practical, client-focused solutions to help our clients reflect their beliefs on ESG considerations and beyond.
Our ESG investing expertise is supported by a working group whose expertise draws on the depth of knowledge from across the firm to provide insightful and innovative research, training and support.
Because we’re free from external stakeholders, we’re able to do the right thing for our clients at all times — working in partnership to develop an approach that truly meet their specific needs. We call this approach “free thinking.”
The most common myths about impact investing
We're supporting the Impact Investing Institute (III) in their mission to accelerate the growth and effectiveness of the impact investing market.
We sponsored a short explainer video, produced by the III, debunking the most common misconceptions about impact investing.