Special report: Sustainable Investing

Originally published by Raconteur in The Sunday Times

As billions are held in green bonds, the UK pledges to “build back better” and a new US President puts climate change at the top of the agenda, there has never been a better time to invest in ESG.

In this special report Robert Alster, Chief Investment Officer, answers key questions on why investors have reached a sustainability tipping point.

The report also explores:

  • How machine learning is helping investors pick ESG stocks
  • The viability of tying executive pay to green achievements
  • Whether a National Infrastructure Bank could ever be possible

PLUS: the featured infographic takes a closer look at the high expectations investors have when it comes to green finance.

Capital at risk.


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