The pandemic catapulted ESG into the mainstream. The investment industry asserts ESG has always been a priority, and existed long before its ubiquitous initialism.

This is true to some extent, but the impact of the virus shone a light on longstanding global challenges in a way that promoted ESG from a niche, ‘nice to have’ area of the corporate world, to an ever-present topic in boardrooms, AGMs, and governments.

This year tasked these actors with putting their words into action, and challenged them to do so in a world rocked by new coronavirus variants, supply-chain capitulation, and inflation.

 

 

Download the full recap and read about the outlook for 2022 as well.

About The Author

Bogdan Pop
Bogdan joined Saunderson House in September 2018 and focuses on US and Japan equities fund research and macroeconomic analysis. ...
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