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May 2, 2024

In Charts: Climate change will impact medium-term investments, say institutional investors

The institutional investors surveyed say climate change is the main sustainability factor they consider in their investment decisions, ahead of board and ownership structure © K Essow/Pexels
The institutional investors surveyed say climate change is the main sustainability factor they consider in their investment decisions, ahead of board and ownership structure © K Essow/Pexels

Nearly a quarter of institutional investors surveyed by the Stanford-MSCI Sustainability Institute do not believe climate risks are reflected in asset prices

Climate change will impact the performance of investments over the next two to five years, according to 93 per cent of the institutional investors that took part in a survey by the Stanford Graduate School of Business, the Hoover Institution Working Group on Corporate Governance, the Rock Center for Corporate Governance, and the MSCI Sustainability Institute.

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