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ESG and the Private Markets

May 16th, 2021 | Filed under: State of the Industry, Featured Post, Private Equity, Newly Added, ESG

This post is an excerpt from the recently published PitchBook Analyst Note: ESG and the Private Markets, written by Hilary Wiek, CFA, CAIA, Lead Analyst, Fund Strategies & Performance. Click here to read the full note. What and how to report Once an investor—be it an LP or a GP—comesRead More


Wall Street Tackles Sustainable Development Goals

Feb 25th, 2020 | Filed under: State of the Industry, Access to Alternatives, Featured Post, Newly Added, ESG

In 2015 the United Nations defined 17 Sustainable Development Goals [no poverty, no hunger, health & well-being, etc.] along with 169 targets that were devised to allow for quantitative measurement of progress. It also set 2030 as the bull’s eye for the attainment of the goals. Since governments alone areRead More


Steps to Attain Sustainable Development Goals

Feb 19th, 2019 | Filed under: State of the Industry, Featured Post, Newly Added, ESG

Amber Fairbanks, a portfolio manager at Mirova, a division of Natixis, recently talked to Clarice Avery, a Natixis investment strategist on Asset TV about potential long-term investment opportunity in the ESG space. She described ESG as a way in which investors can benefit from long-term secular trends rather than tryingRead More


Sovereign Wealth Funds, UN Goals, and Hedge Fund Fees

Jan 30th, 2018 | Filed under: State of the Industry, Featured Post, Newly Added, Asset Allocation, Hedge Funds

Dr. Rajiv Sharma has written an extensive literature review of “sovereign wealth funds’ investment in sustainable development sectors” for the UN sponsored high-level conference on Financing for Development. Sharma is research director, global projects center, at Stanford University. He writes in this review that there are “a number of issuesRead More