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ESG in action: How investment teams are funding research and leaning on laggards

Getting to net-zero by 2025 will require an enormous shift of capital. This can only happen if groups with leverage apply pressure to financial services entities that are at the coal-face of change.

Staff Writer | 9th May 2024 | More
Can banks… be good? Why ethical investors don’t automatically shun the big financials

The banks may not be perfect, but their collective role in facilitating a developed ecosystem, combined with the leverage they have through lending and capital allocation, means they often fall within Australian Ethical’s “investible universe”.

Staff Writer | 18th Apr 2024 | More
  • Surging equity markets highlight importance of valuation discipline: Australian Ethical

    An elevated market is a good thing, but investors that take a valuation mindset into asset allocation need to be wary of what that means for prices. “Chasing momentum” is a real danger, says Australian Ethical’s Mark Williams.

    Staff Writer | 7th Mar 2024 | More
    Difficult conditions suit small caps, active management: Atchison

    Australia may not have the Magnificent Seven tech stocks, but a heavy top end on the ASX means concentration risk is just as present, Atchison’s says. According to Australian Ethical, that puts the domestic small companies sector right in frame for investors.

    Drew Meredith | 22nd Feb 2024 | More
  • Environmental reporting taking precedence over cybersecurity concerns: Perennial

    The pressure of meeting a spaghetti-like network of reporting standards has forced company executives to de-prioritise cybersecurity in favour of meeting global greenhouse gas emission targets, according to Perennial.

    Staff Writer | 12th Feb 2024 | More
    Australian Ethical zeroes in on energy transition with new infrastructure debt fund

    Australian Ethical’s partner in the new fund, Infradebt, is an ubiquitous presence in Australia’s energy transition movement, having funded 40 renewable projects to date.

    Staff Writer | 6th Feb 2024 | More
    Economic and political policy key to mitigating future financial risk: Allspring

    Biodiversity is under rising threat around the world, with potentially disastrous economic and social consequences. Investing in programs that manage and protect these assets will be key to mitigating the associated risks.

    Staff Writer | 5th Feb 2024 | More
    Global regulators chart ESG path for companies to follow in 2024

    In 2023 governments came to a general awareness that to achieve net-zero, robust and consistent ESG policy frameworks must be put in place. In 2024, we should see a continuation of that theme according to New-York based investment group Neuberger Berman.

    Tahn Sharpe | 22nd Jan 2024 | More
    For performance and impact in ethical investing, conviction is key

    Ethical investing is rightly associated with driving change for people and the planet, but because it’s about being highly convicted on long-term themes, it also a means to drive better portfolio performance according to Australian Ethical.

    Lisa Uhlman | 11th Jan 2024 | More
  • Opportunity next: Capturing the great generational wealth transfer

    Given the opportunity set in front of advisers during the next transfer of generational wealth, now may be the time to reassess the role of responsible investing and the importance of being an ethical steward for capital.

    Australian Ethical | 27th Nov 2023 | More
    Funding the energy transition is all about the up-front spend. Then what?

    The net-zero transition will bring about an economic transformation, with massive up-front investment leading to near-zero energy costs in the near future, ClearBridge Investments’ Nick Langley told industry leaders at The Inside Network’s ESG Retreat. But big challenges remain, with no easy answers.

    Lisa Uhlman | 16th Nov 2023 | More
    Investment managers get more active on ESG engagement and accountability

    Institutional investment teams may still oscillate between engagement and divestment as their first choice in leverage with large emitting companies, but one thing is certain – they are all looking at ways to hold these groups accountable for their activities and behaviours.

    Tahn Sharpe | 13th Nov 2023 | More
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