Principles for Responsible Investment
Institutional investors are increasingly worried about investing in businesses that exploit slave work forces through their supply chains.
Elizabeth FryJune 3, 2019
APRA has stated clearly that banks, insurers and super funds have a duty to calculate the financial risks linked to climate change.
Dan PurvesFebruary 21, 2017
The Paris climate agreement has been hailed for recognising the role institutional investors will play in meeting new carbon emission targets and keeping climate change below 2 degrees of warming. Fiona Reynolds, managing director of the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI), described the agreement between nearly 200 governments around the world as the turning point […]
David RowleyDecember 14, 2015
Industry funds, with their ideology and history of affecting change due to profit-for-member motives, have been instrumental in driving transformation over the past decade, pressuring passive fund managers to vote their stock in companies. Investment Magazine examines how this is changing the skill set of passive managers and if this will impact on costs. Increasing pressure […]
Dan PurvesSeptember 14, 2015