24th March 2021
The last 12 months have seen a rapid gain in traction for ESG, in both politics and financial services. The first half of 2020 saw a record-breaking $21 billion invested in ESG funds, while in 2021 the world’s largest economy, the US, re-joined the Paris Agreement against a backdrop of an increased global focus on climate change. Such events are increasingly bringing ESG to the forefront of debates on the future of financial services, and regulators and investors alike are taking note.
With this ever changing landscape affecting fund managers globally, Langham Hall is delighted to release our 2021 report; “ESG: Understanding its role for alternative assets.” This report seeks to assist fund managers when thinking about their ESG strategy, as well as providing them with a toolkit to comply with the newly introduced Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (‘SFDR’) in Europe.
For alternative assets, the implications of ESG on the fund life cycle are becoming key to manager’s decision making. This report will analyse how ESG can be integrated into the fund management process, and includes;
We hope you enjoy reading the report, and we welcome any questions you may have.