Opinion, Policy and Regulation

Should developing markets take a carrot or a stick approach to ESG regulation?

As European regulation exposes the challenges in addressing environmental, social and governance factors, developing markets, such as India, may wish to take a flexible approach.

ESG investing is big business, amassing $35tn last year. In some cases, however, it has also led to misrepresentation and greenwashing. Regulators have ...

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