Monthly Archives: September 2010

Will the US change the rules for pension funds around fiduciary duty to allow ESG integration?

In this month’s “Institutional Investor”, there is an article describing a movement that’s taking place in the U.S.A. that if you’re an institutional investor,  an asset manager, or a public company you may want to pay attention to. The Democratic … Continue reading

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The headlines read “No new evidence SRI funds create financial value”

So in the last couple of days the some global headlines have read: “SRI funds not outperforming” – Financial Times “No new evidence SRI funds create financial value” – Investment & Pensions “SRI Funds did not outperform” – Pension and … Continue reading

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Dow Jones Sustainability Index Review 2010 – Effective Sept 20/2010

For those of you interested in indexes and indexing, this morning we’re putting forward the changes in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index Review.  This year in the review of corporate sustainability leadership, 48 companies will join the Dow Jones Sustainability … Continue reading

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