The members of the One Planet Sovereign Wealth Funds (OPSWF) coalition set out to establish a permanent organisation to track progress on three key areas of focus.
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Mirova's core infrastructure fund closing at €1.6 billion demonstrates that private equity investment in clean energy infrastructure is likely to play a vital role in the transition to green energy.
Research from global asset manager DWS Group and research company Create suggests that impact investing is moving beyond the private markets towards the public markets, in a potential reimaging of capitalism.
Manulife Investment Management, a long-standing Canadian financial services firm, has launched a Global Climate Action Fund for European institutional investors in response to demand from the European segment of their investment management services.
Maybank’s self-designed sustainable product framework (SPF) is designed to mobilise RM50 billion in sustainable finance to its retail and corporate client base. It could help extend sustainable finance beyond its conventional financial products and into Islamic finance, while also serving as a template for other banks in the country, and in the region.
Stefano Fissolo, an experienced manager in energy transition investments, is joining global real estate and logistics investment firm GLP to lead its renewables push in Europe.
A series of climate-focused pledges by one of the world’s largest pension funds, the California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS), may help to counter the anti-ESG sentiment in the US.
The collective SDI Asset Owner Platform (SDI AOP) has updated its classification of sustainable development investments (SDIs) to reflect negative impact on the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Leading Finnish financial services group OP Financial has pledged sustainability goals across climate, people and governance, to cut portfolio emissions and increase its sustainable finance.
Finnish asset manager Aktia is launching a sustainable corporate bond fund in accordance with the EU’s Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) Article 9 or ‘Dark Green’ classification.