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A proactive approach to environmental, social and governance factors can identify risks that static datasets may miss, says Alexandra Mihailescu Cichon, executive vice-president at RepRisk.
Helping companies chart a path to sustainable growth built on strong ESG principles is a crucial value driver for private equity, say CVC’s Jean-Rémy Roussel and Chloë Sanders.
A thoughtful and up to date environmental, social and governance policy is a critical part of the bedrock of responsible investment, says Northleaf Capital Partners’ Jeff Pentland.
Being systematic on the ‘S’ in ESG will help firms identify opportunities and build resilience, says Blue Wolf Capital’s Adam Blumenthal.
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CFOs now have more financing tools than ever to drive success for their LPs, asset management platforms and principals, writes Zachary Barnett.
Impact investing
While engagement remains patchy in some regions, Aberdeen Standard Investments’ Alistair Watson, Alan Gauld and Stephanie Kempton expect ESG integration to soon become the industry norm.
As the drivers of an industry-wide focus on impact investing and ESG pick up pace, KPMG’s Tania Carnegie argues the opportunity for private equity is significant, particularly when players collaborate.
Sharing best practice between investee businesses is the optimal way to embed ESG across a large and diverse portfolio, say Cinven’s Vanessa Maydon and Matthew Sabben-Clare.
Understanding business and sector-specific exposure to climate change can help identify risks and opportunities in the transition to a low carbon economy, says Permira’s head of ESG, Adinah Shackleton.
Responsible investment must be defined and quantifiable, say 3i private equity director Rupert Howard and infrastructure partner Tim Short.
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