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World's largest asset managers have ‘serious gaps’ in ESG policies, says ShareAction

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Five of the world’s biggest asset managers are struggling on biodiversity, according to ShareAction. (Photo: Saad Alaiyadhi/Pexels)

A global study has found that most large asset managers are failing to invest “in a way that will protect climate, biodiversity and people”. Two-thirds of the asset managers surveyed by climate campaigner ShareAction, managing a total of $60tn, had “serious gaps in their responsible investment policies and practices” in ...

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