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AI, deforestation and regulatory fragmentation among top investor risks in 2024, says ISS

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The ChatGPT logo on a smartphone screen. ISS predicts that companies’ speedy adoption of AI could create future liabilities, with existing privacy and property laws already offering the basis for liability (Photo: Kirill Kudryavtsev/AFP via Getty Images)

ISS ESG has highlighted 10 trends it believes will affect investor returns and engagement in 2024

Artificial intelligence, EU rules limiting imports of commodities linked to deforestation and increasingly fragmented environmental, social and governance laws are among the top risks facing investors this year, according to data provider ...

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