IW Long Reads: A new era for sustainable finance - is 2021 investing in the Age of the Anthropocene?
Investors on a mission to reverse damaging impact of global warming
ESG in 2020: A vocal year for ESG commitments outside the industry - but a dearth of action within it
When social justice and stewardship shook companies at their core
Government promises to unleash net zero investment blitz with 10 Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution
New stimulus plan to jumpstart green recovery
Investments will support UN's SDGs
'Obfuscation' in crowded ESG space
Tackling production and supply chain issues
Unpicking the European Green Deal
Will cover SF Global Growth, GF SF Global Growth and SF Managed Growth funds
'Extraordinary' opportunities in NEXT economy
Will target "leaders in innovation"
New ratings for 32,000 funds and ETFs
The importance of identifying ‘tomorrow’s sectors’
Strengthens SRI commitment
Interim dividend payments on the rise
Future World funds
Beatrix Anton-Groenemeyer to assume role immediately
Raising awareness of plastic pollution
Measures to improve the ecosystem
Large and mid caps
Sanjiv Tumkur, Rathbones' head of equity research, looks at how a revolution in battery technology could reshape the way we live.
Demographic trends have created huge opportunities for investors globally, whether it be the ageing population in Japan or the rise of the educated middle class in Asia.
There is something of a yawning disconnect between investment rhetoric and portfolio reality when it comes to the knotty issues of ethical and sustainable investing. Lots of financial professionals nod wisely about the importance of ESG factors, and then...
ESG factors can have positive impact on performance