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Blackmore Capital puts ESG in action

Environmental (E), Social (S), and Governance (G) analyses consider a multitude of issues within the E, S, G pillars. For example, MSCI, one of the mainstream ESG data and rating providers, scores companies using ten themes and 37 different factors across E, S, and G categories. However, while these scores can provide useful information about…

Dragana Timotijevic | 23rd Nov 2020 | More
Is it truly sustainable?

“Sustainable” is a trendy word nowadays. It is thrown around in marketing campaigns like a decorative pillow, which looks good, but most of the time feels flat. Companies and brands claim their products are ‘sustainable’ for the buzz and the hype, playing on our generation’s environmental consciousness and demand for products and services that won’t…

Dragana Timotijevic | 26th Oct 2020 | More
SDGs 10 years on – approach with caution

2020 marks the fifth anniversary of the establishment of the United Nations’ special development goals, or SDGs. The UN created 17 SDGs to address the global challenges society and corporates face, such as those related to poverty, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, peace and justice. The SDGs were designed as a blueprint to achieve a…

Dragana Timotijevic | 12th Oct 2020 | More
Governance: Raising the bar

Governance is the pillar of environmental, social and governance (ESG) principles that investors have been actively considering for the longest period of time. This is not surprising, as in some ways, it could be said that governance is probably the most important aspect of ESG. An organisation’s board’s role is to appoint the CEO and…

Dragana Timotijevic | 27th Sep 2020 | More
Building Climate Aware Portfolios

With climate change being increasingly recognised as a systemic risk, the investment community is becoming more focused on supporting the transition to a net-zero-emissions economy and establishing sound transition plans The announcement by Cbus Super is the most recent example. Last month, the $54 billion building and construction industry superfund launched a new Climate Change…

Dragana Timotijevic | 14th Sep 2020 | More
  • ESG ratings under scrutiny

    In the wake of the pandemic, investors have continued to pile money into variously labelled ESG/sustainable funds. Are they doing what they say?

    Dragana Timotijevic | 31st Aug 2020 | More
    The Modern Slavery Act – further sharpening the focus on “S” in ESG

    The recent slavery scandal surrounding the fast fashion brand Boohoo has further intensified the focus on the “S” element within ESG factors.  The “S” pillar has been gaining prominence since the start of the pandemic, with increased attention on how companies treat their workers.

    Dragana Timotijevic | 3rd Aug 2020 | More
    Social housing – A potential for good returns while helping those in need

    A nascent asset class is emerging on the back of the roll out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). NDIS is a welfare support scheme of the Australian Government that funds costs associated with disability.

    Dragana Timotijevic | 21st Jul 2020 | More
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