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Solid returns on many ESG-themed vehicles during pandemic has bolstered inflows
A pickup in consumer prices has pushed more investors to look at hedging funds
Regulators and advisers are divided on digital currency and ‘inverse’ funds
Alongside a surge in retail share trading, traditional and ‘robo’ advice is being sought
Investors need to know when to hold and when to fold
ETF investors must judge whether prices will stay elevated
ETF listings on the mainland and Hong Kong accelerate from low base
Progress has been slow on reaching a global consensus on what can be called ‘sustainable’
Sustainability reporting standards are in the long-term interests of business and society
Budgetary pressure on donor countries has required innovative financing to speed up treatment rollouts
This age group is seen increasingly as driving sustainability — as decision makers and stakeholders
Companies build trust and reputation by monitoring relationships with stakeholders
Wall Street bank will invest its own capital in climate-friendly exchange traded fund
While negotiations on emissions between the US and China are back on track, relations beyond climate issues are far from smooth. Meanwhile, younger voices are increasingly driving sustainability agendas, as both decision makers and stakeholders. And how do you measure ‘green’ investments anyway?
Activists say institutions are guilty of hypocrisy on ESG by ignoring industrial accidents
Negotiations resume after Trump hiatus but relations beyond climate issues remain rocky
Bad news for rich people but records show natural rate of interest declines for decades
Strong rally in equities drives improvement in funding position of retirement schemes
Central banks must act before global warming hits sovereign debt, warns £366bn asset manager
UK’s largest workplace pension scheme refuses to pay the ‘two and 20’ model charged by buyout groups
The clean energy trade seems overcrowded for now
Paul Britton had dreamt of being a trader but he needed a thick skin to survive the Liffe pit
World’s second-largest asset manager and 42 other big investors make net zero commitment
Reverence and GTCR’s purchase of Wells Fargo AM is biggest to date for private equity groups
Investors will be demanding action on issues from climate change to workplace diversity
Hamilton Lane denies targeting professor who published study that rocked industry
US laws make it simple to impose barriers, but difficult to remove them when behaviour improves
Asset managers must provide clearer information on ESG votes to retail investors, says SEC chair
New wealth platform and sustainable strategies offer promise for FTSE 100 investment group
Women on average account for just 18 per cent of portfolio managers at groups polled by the FT
Auction houses face the prospect of enforcing anti-money-laundering rules as strict as those in the banking industry
Nuveen, which owns 70 St Mary Axe in London and Berlin’s Cube, has set a net zero strategy for 2040
Further consolidation expected as competitive pressures increase on smaller players
Initial £250m deal signed with Octopus Renewables
Guy Opperman tells asset management industry it can no longer put off requests from pension trustees
Surge in demand for additional passports and residence permits
Singapore’s state-backed investor makes record allocation to funds that will target social and environmental challenges