The very latest “Really Big Thing“ to hit the responsible and sustainable investment space is the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), an internationally agreed set of 17 worthy but incredibly ambitious goals which were a
We are living in a world of radical information transparency and instant mass communications capability.
Investing in a time of change is risky.
In the wake of the unexpectedly successful COP 21 climate summit in Paris last December, investor awareness of both the investment risks and opportunities driven by climate change is increasing exponentially. That’s the good news.
Inflection Point Capital Management’s Energy Management White Paper examines the important role of energy management in determining whether a company is positioned to generate long term profits for investors.
The debate on whether climate change will impact the environment is now settled, reflected in the unanimity at COP21 around the science of climate change.
Paris, 8 December 2015: Forty-plus investors, financiers, and policy specialists met at the Hôtel Le Meurice to discuss what a UN agreement in Paris might do for global capital markets and major asset owners — and vice-versa.
New Zealand: As the world prepared to gather in Paris for COP21, IPCM Chief Executive Matthew Kiernan addressed the Responsible Investment Association Australasia conference in Auckland, NZ, reflecting on the highs and lows of the journe
Our Carbon Zero strategy, which was launched in July 2015 with capital from our French cooperative bank partner CMNE, is providing clients with an alternative to divestment.
On the evening of 7 September 2015, some 25 pension funds, endowments, and policy-makers from Europe, Africa, Australia and the United States gathered at the Royal Automobile Club (RAC) in London for the 8th IPCM dinner in the global Cli
We argue Volkswagen's U.S emission standards scandal will test the company's previously successful co-determination model at a time when it is struggling to manage a well-publicised power struggle.
Over the past six months, as capital markets have been buffeted, we continue to make progress; building new innovative funds for clients, growing our established funds and engaging strategically to drive change.
China’s recent market meltdown has raised significant questions about the country’s transition to a consumer-led economy. As the Chinese economy slows, the question is not if, but how will the Chinese Government react?
Dr Matthew Kiernan was a plenary panelist at the 2010 Amsterdam Global Conference on Sustainability and Transparency.