Column: Tricky maths

by Contributor 20 October 2022

No one can dispute that ESG data collection is becoming more and more sophisticated. The private equity industry is eager to adhere to new rules and regulations on sustainability, and with that it is in good company with other business sectors. There is strong proof that ESG factors do matter, that they can be measured and do contribute to risk mitigation and value creation.

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