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ESG-linked pay and offsets are flagged in new guidance from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and Grant Thornton.
Aristata Capital looks to provide 20 percent return by funding litigation on ESG issues including environmental disasters and gender pay gap claims
BaFin and Frankfurt public prosecutor's office involved in operations against 'previously unknown employees and managers' at DWS.
Judge’s ruling could influence interpretation of fiduciary duty by other investors, lawyers suggest.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: Uber's sharia pension dispute; FCA finalises targets on female and ethnic minority representation on boards.
ESG round-up: European companies’ Paris alignment on lobbying not reflected by industry associations
The latest developments in sustainable finance: Accenture UK buys Avieco; deadline for FRC lab project on net-zero commitments; NZ government seeks feedback on anti-slavery legislation.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: Schroders introduces 'engagement objectives' for its fund managers.
SEC Commissioners propose rule requiring large US companies to disclose ‘material’ Scope 3 emissions
US regulator puts forward long awaited climate rule, including audited Scope 1&2 emissions disclosures.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: ISS ESG opens up corporate ratings and fund scores; ASIC goes looking for greenwashers; loan market bodies issue guidance
A number of other investors are concerned about the controversies around the company behind Call of Duty and Candy Crush, which is in the process of being acquired by Microsoft