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Measurement has become one of the defining elements of impact investing. How do managers in impact’s most popular theme – climate – measure up?
ESG considerations in private markets continue to grow in size, scope and complexity.
After gaining the attention of corporates and regulators, private markets are paying closer heed to biodiversity impacts and natural capital strategies.
For a successful ELTIF take-up, industry participants must strike a balance between flexible product rules and adequate investor protection.
Investors are waking up to the need to tackle rampant waste.
The push for net zero could have unintended consequences if the decarbonisation of high-emissions sectors is ignored.
Could setbacks in emerging market fundraising hinder global development objectives?
As regulation and voluntary initiatives start to create alignment around ESG expectations in private equity, we explore how the Principles for Responsible Investment maintains its allure.
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Proposed changes to the way private markets operate were met with concern about unintended consequences.

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