Three Strategies to Expand Your ESG Offerings
When should your firm begin to leverage a new offering, if at all? Let’s talk about ESG investing and share three strategies to help your firm discuss and market a new product or service in an authentic, practical, and distinctive way.
US Retirement Legislation and Regulation Bulletin: Fourth Quarter 2022
We believe it is important to keep you informed on the latest proposals and regulations impacting the retirement industry, as well as implications to your business.
Vanguard Gets Extra ETF Billions After Largely Shunning ESG
Vanguard Group, which quit the world’s biggest climate-finance alliance in December, was the only major ETF provider to post an increase in European assets last year thanks to its lower exposure to environmental, social and governance strategies, according to Morningstar Inc.
The SEC’s Misguided Fight Against Greenwashing
So-called greenwashing by asset managers misleads investors by labeling products with false claims of ESG benefits. But the SEC’s initiative to restrain this malpractice falls short because it does not distinguish between risk- and ethics-driven ESG products.
Calpers Makes $1 Billion Bet on Small Funds as New CIO Reshapes Pension
The California Public Employees’ Retirement System is making a $1 billion wager that small private equity firms without the heft of the biggest buyout institutions can boost the pension giant’s returns and clout.
The Warren Buffett Way to Profit From the Energy Crisis
When the Deepwater Horizon rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010, triggering the largest-ever oil spill in the US, all eyes turned to BP Plc, the British company behind the drilling. But BP wasn’t alone in the project.