Lost in the ESG rat race: Will different countries' diverging goals undermine net zero ambitions?

The manifesto for policy alignment

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Andrew Dyson of QMA
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Andrew Dyson of QMA

Global interest in ESG, particularly the environmental "strand", continues to accelerate. The US has seemingly set on a clean break from the policies of the previous administration, rejoining the Paris Agreement and setting out ambitious plans at the Biden climate summit in April.

In Europe, regulations around ESG disclosure in funds came into force in March, applying to funds that are used by non-European investors as well. We are seeing an increasing convergence of direction...

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