Does the growth of split voting options mean that the onus for climate stewardship is now on asset owners?
Part V of NZI’s Economy of the Future series explores the implications of a steady state economy for financial markets
Setting climate targets won’t impress investors anymore. Staying on course to deliver, will. Data suggests most companies might miss the mark
The Investor Group on Climate Change (IGCC) annual summit put the spotlight on financing adaptation
At the IGCC Summit in Sydney, asset owners are digging deep on decarbonisation down under.
As sea levels are rising, so could the risk of NPLs among Asian banks, an investor coalition warned
Biden's Inflation Reduction Act has sparked an investment boom in renewable energy in the US. So, one year on, are asset owners capitalising on the opportunity?
At the world’s first high-level summit on critical minerals, the voice of capital warrants an audience
Key exectutive hires have been made at two Australian firms.
The UK government has announced plans to back the further expansion of fossil fuel industries. What does this mean for investors in renewable energy?
NZI takes a closer look at the stewardship practices of some of the world’s biggest investors in fossil fuels – and finds significant differences