NordSIP hosted a round table with six professional investors who discussed the ins and outs of sustainable investing in emerging markets.
In this report, you will find out how ‘ESG’ translates in emerging markets, starting with ‘G’ of course, but not forgetting ‘E’ and ‘S’. From there, the discussions expands into the ‘SDGs’ and investors point out the danger for ‘SDG-washing’.
Accountability, measurements and taxonomy are among the concerns present in fund selectors’ minds, and managers discuss the quality of data in emerging markets.
For dessert, the spotlight is cast upon the investment horizon. How long-term does an investor have to be in order to achieve impact? Not as long as you may think!
Read all about it below… or jump directly to a section:
Translating ESG in emerging markets
Cultural differences and no-go zones
Starting with ‘G’
What about ‘E’ and ‘S’?
Considering country risk
From ESG to SDGs
Accountability, measurements & taxonomy
Comparing & selecting managers
Data quality in emerging markets
Setting the investment horizon
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