“Thus, investing in companies with high standards of sustainability can protect and enhance investment returns.
“But, defining what is and what is not truly ‘sustainable’ is difficult and can mean different things to different stakeholders. Working collectively as an industry and supporting initiatives such as Pimfa’s ESG academy, we can advance sustainable investing more broadly, and ultimately, better serve our clients financial and non-financial objectives.”
Yesterday the regulator launched the second phase of its digital sandbox, focusing on firms developing tools around ESG disclosure.
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