Report: Investors lacking expertise needed to deliver on promised green investment strategies

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New research from E3G reveals a third of investor signatories to the UN Principles for Responsible Investment do not employ ESG investment specialists

A third of investors committed to adopting greener, more sustainable investment strategies are failing to employ the experts that are likely to be needed to deliver promised reforms, according to new research...

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