ESG funds still invested in firms embroiled in Grenfell tragedy

17 funds invested

James Baxter-Derrington
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The cladding on Grenfell Tower caused the fire to spread so quickly
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The cladding on Grenfell Tower caused the fire to spread so quickly

On 14 June 2017, a fire broke out at Grenfell Tower. It burned for 60 hours and 72 people died.

Almost five years on, 17 UK-domiciled funds with an explicit mandate for promoting good ethical, social and governance practices remain invested in companies whose employees have admitted wrongdoing...

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