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Dedicated ESG strategies continue to proliferate as mainstream managers adopt best practices to maximise value, say Natasha Buckley, Till Burges and Michael Dean at HarbourVest Partners.
Private equity firms need to focus on data to be able to tell a convincing story on ESG, say Will Rhode and Winna Brown at EY.
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Private equity has a key role to play in empowering women and protecting the environment while generating financial returns, say NSSK’s Jun Tsusaka and Kiyomi Matsuda.
Mission-orientated businesses are resonating with customers who are increasingly looking for brands that reflect their values.
For CVC, the Science Based Targets initiative is the most credible and stringent approach to decarbonisation, say managing partner Jean-Rémy Roussel and head of ESG Chloë Sanders.
Identifying areas for improvement and developing a strategy for change are key steps on the decarbonisation journey, say Pontus Pettersson and Laura McMullen at Cinven, and Michael Burness and Marilyn Johnson at Arxada.
While awareness has grown, engaging with management teams to gain buy-in and demonstrate the value of ESG is crucial, say Michael Octoman and Bence Szegedi at Navis Capital Partners.
Managers looking to diversify their AUM should renew their focus on democratised structures, say Travers Smith’s Will Normand and Leigh Stockey.
The most successful route to the democratisation of private markets is through transparency, education and access to high-quality investments, say iCapital’s Lawrence Calcano and Marco Bizzozero.
The need to decarbonise and society’s expectations for a more circular economy are driving new investment opportunities across PE and infrastructure, say 3i’s Sophia Walwyn-James and Céline Maronne.
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