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An Investor’s Perspective on the Proposed Taxonomy for Sustainable Finance
Perspectives

An Investor’s Perspective on the Proposed Taxonomy for Sustainable Finance

Can stakeholders (regulators, policymakers and market participants) deliver a sustainable finance framework that serves the end-client well? The European Union’s technical expert group has just published its final recommendations on the taxonomy for sustainable finance, establishing common criteria to classify environmentally sustainable activities that support the transition to a low-carbon economy. Fresh from discussing the topic at the Responsible Investor Europe Conference in London, Julie Moret, Head of ESG at Franklin Templeton, offers some immediate feedback on the usability and implications for investors

Surveying the Investment World through an ESG Lens: A Snapshot of Key Topics from the US
Perspectives

Surveying the Investment World through an ESG Lens: A Snapshot of Key Topics from the US

Fresh from a series of ESG conferences in the United States attracting investors, managers and scientists, Julie Moret, Head of ESG at Franklin Templeton, outlines five topics that sparked her attention and that investors with an interest in ESG should have on their agenda.

Could Investors Hold the Key to Tackling Climate Change?
Equity

Could Investors Hold the Key to Tackling Climate Change?

“We think companies actively trying to meet realistic emission reduction targets that are grounded in science could create opportunities for value investors like us. Especially companies that are transitioning to a lower-carbon economy.” - Maarten Bloemen, Templeton Global Equity Group