Whether clients want to manage risk, align investments to their values, or pursue more sustainable performance, we rigorously assess environmental, social and governance issues to inform better decision making.
Today, issues like climate change, information security and gender diversity are playing a growing role in company success.
“ESG: Into the Mainstream” uncovers the views of over 300 global investors on the drivers and disrupters of ESG adoption.
The COVID-19 pandemic is having devastating effects on almost all areas of our lives, both professional and private. It shows us how vulnerable we are as individuals and as a society. It also highlights how globally interconnected we are, especially in terms of commerce and trade.
We built R-Factor™ to score companies and help clients better understand ESG exposures using SASB’s transparent materiality framework.
We are focused on designing the next generation of exclusionary, best-in-class and thematic solutions as well as integrating ESG into our investment processes.
Insights on how investors can harness the power of ESG related considerations to affirmatively boost returns while managing risk.
Using our voice & vote to encourage portfolio companies to take material ESG issues like effective board leadership and climate change seriously.
Our guidance on a key component of good corporate governance and long-term value creation.
Insights into how businesses are navigating a changing industry and regulatory landscape.
We launched our first ESG mandate in 1985 and were pioneers in low-carbon investing. Today, with a presence in Boston, London, Krakow, Bangalore and Tokyo, our dedicated ESG team brings expertise in ESG research, investment strategy, asset stewardship and data analytics to every investment challenge.
Our CEO, Cyrus Taraporevala discusses the importance of ESG in the future of asset management.
The returns on a portfolio of securities which exclude companies that do not meet the portfolio's specified ESG criteria may trail the returns on a portfolio of securities which include such companies. A portfolio's ESG criteria may result in the portfolio investing in industry sectors or securities which underperform the market as a whole.