There is a growing consensus among key actors across the investment value chain that creating long-term value for a broader range of stakeholders is the most effective way to build a long-term sustainable economy.
While many organizations recognize the importance of considering constituencies such as workers, suppliers, customers, society, and the environment in business and investment decision-making, implementation of new practices and behaviors has been inconsistent, and their effectiveness has been hard to measure.
On 20 September 2021, FCLTGlobal hosted a webinar discussion among top business leaders and institutional investors on the challenges and opportunities in implementing a multi-stakeholder approach.
21 May 2021 - The world’s infrastructure systems face critical challenges as we look to meet the needs of a growing, increasingly urban population while at the same time dramatically reducing carbon emissions. Technological advances and the Covid-19 epidemic have expanded our conception of critical infrastructure, as telecommunications and other resources become imperative to people and economies around the world.Learn More
14 April 2021 - A discussion from 14 April 2021 among top business leaders and institutional investors on the opportunities ahead to position the food and agriculture industry for a more sustainable future.Learn More
6 November 2020 - On Friday 6 November, FCLTGlobal and McKinsey & Company hosted the first panel in our virtual event series, "Investing in the Sustainable Transition." Larry Fink (BlackRock), Bernard Looney (bp), Kevin Sneader (McKinsey), and Sarah Williamson (FCLTGlobal) discussed the progress and outlook for sustainability within the global energy sector.Learn More