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Abstract We look at a technique of classification, based on convergent and divergent patterns of returns that has been applied to hedge funds and alternative investments, and apply it to US equity investment styles with a particular interest in ESG. We extend the technique by looking at the...
Abstract We analyze an emerging sustainable trend in asset management: the decarbonization of institutional portfolios. By using broad institutional ownership data, we show that investors exhibit herding behavior in the sense of decarbonization. They are inclined to follow their own or other...
Abstract This study provides finer-grained results on the financial effectiveness of ESG integration for mainstream active investment styles. We account for firm size, industry and country effects within ESG scores and introduce the concept of ESG risk materiality. Empirical evidence shows that...
Abstract The rising sustainability awareness among regulators, consumers and investors results in major sustainability risks of firms. We construct three ESG risk factors (Environmental, Social and Governance) to quantify the ESG risk exposures of firms. Taking these factors into account...
Abstract How could global equity investors fight climate change and what are the implications for their portfolios? We construct a new climate alignment database to address these questions. Investors can fight climate change in two ways: by funding firms aligned with a sub 2 °C scenario; and by...
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