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Rather than fade into the background in light of covid, climate change and sustainability have dominated the conversation – and efforts – this year. We expect that will continue next year as well.
Can private equity be a force for good? We interviewed the key leaders at Blackstone, KKR and Carlyle who are aiming to transform an industry and leverage its economic and social power to drive change.
From regulatory issues to the factors shaping managers’ domicile decisions, here are six takeaways from our 2020 special report on fund and trust services.
Impact investment allows firms to demonstrate their environmental and social credentials, but are their claims accurate? We take a look at the race to develop better measurement frameworks.
US oil demand is poised for a long-term decline as the world transitions to more sustainable fuels. So what happens when the industry’s supporting infrastructure is no longer needed?
Erginbilgic ended a 23-year career at BP in March and joins the NY-based manager as it readies deployment of its new fund.
Covid-19 and more awareness of the climate crisis have led to change, writes UBS Asset Management’s head of infrastructure research and strategy, Declan O'Brien.
The roadmap makes 37 recommendations for participants in the financial system that will help achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 and go further than government policy.
Will the social and economic vulnerabilities exposed by the coronavirus propel the world of impact investment to new levels? Infrastructure Investor investigates.
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