Three broad principles to keep your firm's ESG standards on track

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ESG-related investment has attracted both political support and antipathy.  In the UK, the political, regulatory, social and investor impetus is towards a more sustainable economy, appropriate financed in compliance with environmental, social and governance sustainability and responsibility (ESG S&R) standards, say partners Jeremy Irving and Paul Ray, and associates Tom Murrell and Kirsty Finlayson, at international law firm Browne Jacobson. There are three broad, inter-related principles to carrying on investment services in a way that is consistent with ESG S&R: 1.    Know your - and ...

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