Published September 2015
Despite significant progress, too many investors are not yet considering ESG issues in their investment research and decision-making. Furthermore, even with investors that do accept the argument that they should consider ESG issues in their investment processes, implementation remains variable. The report examines the reasons why investors are not systematically integrating ESG as part of their fiduciary duty and proposes practical actions for institutional investors and policy-makers to address these barriers.
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Published: 2015 | by: PRI, UNEPFI, UN Global Compact, UN Inquiry
Fiduciary duty in the 21st century (14.5 MB | 88 pages)