Culture and Diversity
Death of ESG. Long live the E, the S and the G
While sustainability, climate change and biodiversity have taken the spotlight for much of this decade, ESG is not about sustainability alone, it’s about people and planet. If the best performing companies on mainly green performance indicators are not delivering on wider DEI factors, then can they really be considered ESG-compliant? FINBOURNE’s Matthew Luff considers the growing lack of correlation across E, S and G metrics, with data and analysis from Denominator and Corporate Knights.
Making an impact in private markets, starts with the data
Private markets funds are leading the way in sustainability but with new regulatory measures, a changing investor profile and increasing due diligence, Matthew Luff explores how an interoperable approach to ESG data management can make all the difference, and form a vital tool in the private fund managers’ toolkit.
Biodiversity: The next hurdle in the ESG data marathon
Addressing ESG data at the root of investment management operations will be critical in the coming years. So, how do asset managers monitor and respond to climate change and biodiversity risks, and importantly show progress not only against targets, but in generating real change?
Asset Management 2022 vs 2035: from surviving to thriving – Part Two
In part two of Asset Management 2022 vs 2035: from surviving to thriving, we fast forward to 2035 and look at how SaaS technology, fintech innovation, and a new on-demand era has changed the way asset managers operate in the future.
Asset Management 2022 vs 2035: from surviving to thriving
Read part one of our blog to understand how interoperability can build a bridge from the systems of the past, to an ecosystem of future innovation…
Sustainable Finance: Delivering meaningful change requires operational change
Christopher Farrell, COO of FINBOURNE Technology, explores the current challenges buy-side firms face with ESG data, highlighting the need to establish a new standard for ESG data management to make sustainable finance a success.
Why data management is core to the success of Sustainable Finance
As COP26 draws to a close, it is clear that the urgency for change, together with investor demand for greater transparency and new reporting requirements will significantly shape the future of Sustainable Finance. But to create meaningful change, the industry must first overcome the ESG data challenges it faces today. FINBOURNE speaks to Sue McLean and Caitlin McErlane at Baker McKenzie, a leading global advisory and legal firm, to learn their perspectives around the critical roles of technology, data, and regulation.
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