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Here’s an interesting debate. Say, I want to invest with impact, and I invest in a public corporation. But my money go to someone who sold me the shares, not to the company itself – no matter how well it will perform on the “impact” front. Riddle me this: where is impact in such investments?
Although highly idealized as a concept, new research investigates whether investors are willing to trade off wealth for societal benefits.
A typical example of corporate greenwashing would be, for instance, a global oil and gas company publishing a 450-page-long ESG report on its outstanding sustainability initiatives.
ESG ratings can heavily influence investor’s choices and favour some companies over others which can result in shifting billions of dollars between these companies. It is therefore important to ask the following question: are there differences between the same grade ratings?
In reaction to greenwashing, European Commission introduces new roadmap of regulations aimed to improve the quality of financial products related to sustainability.
According to ARK Investment Management LLC, fintech innovation platforms are expected to affect markets worth 30 trillion over the next 10 − 15 years.