Asset managers accused of failing to lead the way on responsible investment

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Asset managers accused of failing to lead the way on responsible investment

More than two-thirds of the $36tr of assets held by some of the world's largest asset managers are being managed by responsible investment 'laggards' and poor performers, while the industry currently has no stand-out leaders, damning new research shows.

Pressure group ShareAction's Point of No Returns report, published today, reveals the extent to which 75 of the world's largest asset managers are failing to demonstrate leadership with regard to the risks...

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