The Big Green Short, asset management and me

In a co-written white paper from Solidatus and First Derivative, we start by asking: are you as green as you think? Or, more importantly, are you as green as the market will discover you and your assets to be in years to come? 

In a co-written white paper from Solidatus and First Derivative, we start by asking: are you as green as you think? Or, more importantly, are you as green as the market will discover you and your assets to be in years to come? 

Amongst the tsunami of news and information created around ESG over the last 10 years, most asset managers have focussed their efforts on offering ESG-labelled products to investors who want to use their investments to help manage climate change and to promote positive changes in the world. 

So what’s the problem? Surely things are going in the right direction and everyone’s investments are safe, right? 

Maybe. 

But the trouble is that while this approach has seen large inbound flows of investment into green funds, there are concerns that ESG funds are not always as green as they may have seemed, and there is increasing regulatory worries that not all these green-labelled funds are quite what they seem. 

Download this white paper to: 

  • discover what asset managers should do in the short term 
  • understand Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions 
  • learn about ‘The Big Green Short’ and how to avoid falling prey to it.

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