Sustainability has gained so much traction in finance that it’s reshaping the global flow of capital and creating a new class of corporate winners and losers. But because there’s no consensus on what it means, sustainability is open to abuses such as greenwashing and accusations that it’s driven by political – not financial – imperatives.
How do the world’s top investors build a portfolio that’s both sustainable and defensible, and what pitfalls are they determined to avoid?
Gerald Butts, Vice Chairman, Eurasia Group moderated a panel with:
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